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Who is My Neighbour? Reflections on Immigration and Migrant Communities in Jersey

Who is My Neighbour? Reflections on Immigration and Migrant Communities in Jersey

With Monsignor Nicholas France-Head of the Catholic Church in Jersey

Who is My Neighbour? Reflections on Immigration and Migrant Communities in Jersey

Who is My Neighbour? Reflections on Immigration and Migrant Communities in Jersey

With Monsignor Nicholas France-Head of the Catholic Church in Jersey

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Last week's Forum debate on Jersey's response to the European crisis of migration has been the source of much heated conversation and debate in the island's news sources and social media platforms.

This week at CHOW we continue the discussion of these themes from a different angle.

We will be joined by Monseigneur Nicholas France, The Roman Catholic Dean of Jersey who will be speaking to us about his own experience of being an immigrant in Jersey and trying to understand the lot of other immigrants.

As always, there will be plenty of opportunity for interactions, questions, discussion and the sharing of thoughts and ideas.

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