Migration and the Common Good

Where: St Mary's Church, High Street, Putney, London. SW15 1SN

When: 2 July 2018, 6:45-9:15pm

How should we design a migration policy for the Common Good?

What would a good immigration policy look like? Building on the new book from Theos and Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Fortress Britain: Ethical Approaches to Immigration Policy for a Post–Brexit Britain, what would an ethical approach to migration look like today?

Speakers to include David Goodhart, Dr Adrian Pabst, Dr Anne Kershen, Satbir Singh and Kiran Bali.

This is the first in a series of three public debates, ‘State, Society and the Common Good’, to be held in partnership by Theos with the Benedict XVI Centre at St Mary’s University, Twickenham and Together for the Common Good. The series aims to bring people together to talk about the proper role of the state in generating a good society. In particular, we will be looking at the relationship of government with Migration (2 July 2018), with Church and Community (8 November 2018), and with the Family (7 March 2019).

These events are kindly sponsored by CCLA, one of the UK’s largest ethical fund managers for charities, religious organisations and the public sector.

For more details and to reserve a free place, see the Eventbrite page.