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Sara Silvestri writes on Brexit and migration for the Centre for Catholic Social Thought and Practice

last modified Jul 06, 2016 02:29 PM

The VHI's Dr Sara Silvestri has written for the Centre for Catholic Social Thought and Practice on the four migration scenarios facing the United Kingdom after the vote to leave the European Union two weeks ago.

Dr Silvestri suggests a course from the 'politics of arrogance' that led to the Brexit vote to a 'reimagined solidarity' for the UK, Europe, and more widely.

The full piece can be read here.

The Centre for Catholic Social Thought and Practice was founded in 2016 to act as network and focal point through which likeminded groups within the Catholic community can more easily collaborate with one another. The VHI is one of several founding affiliated organisations.

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