The British Council is hosting an event called the Living Together Summit. It has a number of aims which include assessing the ‘impact of migration on society, and the ability of minority communities to participate in public life’. We (that’s us at WHYS and all of you) are going to help them do that. And we’ll add some related questions of our own.
We’ll be broadcasting live from the event which is at Westminster conference centre.
Are multi-cultural societies inevitable?
Do you welcome the increased levels of migration all around the world?
Do you want multi-culturalism to work? And if so, how can you better involve minorities in your country? Give us some examples of measures which have worked (or ones which haven’t)?
If you don’t want them to work, what’s your alternative?
And while we can talk about this on a national and international level – what about your life? How has it been affected my migration?