Thursday, 23rd March 2017
Sixty One Whitehall, London SW1A 2ET
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
Following Government’s recently reaffirmed aims to reduce annual net migration to the tens of thousands, and in the context of the recent Brexit White Paper - which references intentions to bring forward an immigration bill - this timely conference will focus on future options for UK immigration policy.
Sessions are expected to focus on the regulation of EU and non-EU migration in the exit scenarios that are likely to follow withdrawal from the EU - with perspectives on how an evolving framework can effectively govern work, student and family routes of migration; the future for EU freedom of movement; and priorities for maintaining the UK’s economic growth and international competitiveness in key sectors.
In the context of Europe’s continuing migration crisis, and as UK policymakers consider options for cooperation with international partners post-Brexit, delegates will also consider challenges ahead for UK border controls, next steps for tackling irregular migration flows, as well as options for the UK’s asylum framework - including future involvement with the Common European Asylum System.
This conference is expected to bring together key policymakers with a range of stakeholders, including lawyers, local authorities, business groups, universities, colleges, campaign groups, economists and commentators, as well as representatives from national and trade press.