Chris Bertram/ Emily Dugan/ Matthew Gibney/ Madeleine Sumption
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Most people would agree that we have a right to leave our country of origin. But since leaving one country usually means arriving in another, do we also have a right to immigrate? If so, how can this be reconciled with a state’s apparent right to exclude? Our panel of philosophers and migration experts discuss these and related questions.
Professor of Social and Political Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol
Social Affairs Editor, The Independent & Author, Finding Home: The Real Stories of Migrant Britain (Icon, 2015)
Professor of Politics and Forced Migration, University of Oxford
Director of the Migration Observatory
Recorded on 6 October 2015 at the LSE