We all share the same small planet.
Do we really ever leave home when we travel abroad?
Why do we create barriers to keep people out?
When people can travel anywhere, do we want to tag them by country of origin?
Would you climb a wall for a better life? Would you build one to prevent it?
Over three days, at the Estoril Conferences, we will discuss the most sensitive and inflamed subject in the world agenda: Global Migration.
The Estoril Conferences had made sure to bring together all different perspectives. Invited internationally acclaimed speakers to tackle the subject — including those that everybody loves to hate.
The Nova School of Business and Economics has an ambitionto support global dialogue and the Estoril Conferences is its forum.
From May 29th to the 31st, the Global Migration discussion takes place in Estoril.
Are you in or are you out?
For more information, visit http://www.estorilconferences.com/en