Video: Annual Lecture 2017 – Gary Younge on why global capital respects no borders, but people must

Journalist and author Gary Younge looks at how immigration is understood in the current age and what the consequences are in terms of migration, social anxiety and democracy.

In a wide-ranging talk, influenced by his work and travels in the US and by his recent experience of covering the 2017 UK general election, Gary considered the political and economical dimensions of the current debate around immigration and how it differs and relates to ongoing debates about globalisation, capital and trade.

Migration Museum Project’s 2017 Annual Lecture with Gary Younge from Migration Museum Project on Vimeo.