Date(s) - 04/12/2019
Prof. Karen Corrigan explores the recent unprecedented immigration to Northern Ireland and its positive economic impact. Migrant enterprise has added thousands of extra jobs and produed billions of pounds in salaries and profits. Her talk explores the economic, linguistic and socio-cultural value of twenty-first century migrants in light of the parallel contributions made by emigrants from the island of Ireland to the major economies of the world from the eighteenth century onwards.
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