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Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky to give a lecture in Barcelona

'Crises of Immigration’ is the title of the talk, which is scheduled for 5 November

He is one of the leading thinkers of his time and one of the most outspoken commentators on the current ills of the globalised society. The linguist Noam Chomsky will be in Barcelona at 6pm on 5 November to give a lecture at the Palau de Congressos within the framework of the Annual Guest Lectures of the UNU Institute of Globalization, Culture and Mobility (UNU-GCM).

The title of the lecture is Crises of Immigration and in it Chomsky will tackle the issue of migratory movements and their relationship to the cultural, moral and political realities of the territories affected by them. The accent of the lecture will therefore be on the reality of the refugees, the reactions of the cities receiving them and the political crises that result from their management of this issue.

Admission to the lecture is free but in order to obtain a ticket you must register by email at the following address: communications.gcm@unu.edu, including your full name. Places are limited.

Noam Chomsky Lecture
When: 5 November
Where: Palau de Congressos
Price: Free
For more information, consult the website:  UNU-GCM

 

Publication date: Wednesday, 26 October 2016
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