Webinar on Migration Narratives

The Budapest Process network was invited to join a webinar on 30th September focused on migration narratives and how they shape public perceptions and attitudes toward migration.

Dr. James Dennison, an expert in this field, provided more information on how narratives have changed overtime, the reasons for shifts in public perceptions and what can be done about it.

Ms. Nadia Kashif, Coordinator of the Migrant Resource Centre in Lahore, complemented these academic reflections with examples from Pakistan and its Migrant Resource Centres, which are crucial in shaping more balanced migration narratives.

This topic, which had not been discussed within the framework of the Budapest Process over the last years, was well received by the 80+ participants and led to interesting questions in the Q&A session.