Is Scotland different on matters of race and migration?

In association with the Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism and Citizens, Nations and Migration (CNaM) Network at the University of Edinburgh, the Young Academy of Scotland presented an afternoon of research and discussion on Scotland's attitudes and towards race and migration.

 

 

This event included presentation from

Nasar Meer: Overview on data and policy

Emma Hill: Race and Migration stories amongst Glasgow Somalis

Charles Leddy Owen: Nationalism and politics in Portsmouth and England

Ross Bond: MInorities and national identities. Evidence from the 2011 Census.

Sarah Kyambi: Scotland's migration policy options in a global context

 

Videos of this event may be found here on the CNaM YouTube channel.

A report of this event was published in Scottish Affairs, and may be accessed here.

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Amanda Seed is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of St Andrews. She studies the evolutionary origins of cognition, by conducting experiments with a variety of different species.

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