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Changing The Table podcast – Episode 6

After months of build-up, debates, and endless polls, the European elections have finally happened. With a European Parliament more right-wing than ever, what will be the ramifications of this new political landscape on the EU’s migration policy?

Seden Anlar, the host of our podcast Changing the Table spoke with our Senior Legal Policy Analyst Carmine Conte to find out.

Also hear from activists and campaigners from around Europe like #DiasporaVote! ambassadors Samira Brahimi and Kel Nkondock as well as Adel AlBaghdadi, the founder of WE Organisation in the Netherlands and vice president of VOICIFY – European Forum for Youth with Lived Migration Experiences about their perspectives on the elections, their motivations for voting, the impact of the get-out-the-vote campaigns, voter turnout, and their expectations for the next mandate.

MPG produces this podcast within the New Europeans Initiative and our host is Seden Anlar. The Citizens, Equality, Rights, and Values programme of the European Union provides funding for this podcast. Views and opinions shared in the podcast belong to the author(s) only.

About the Migration Policy Group (MPG)

MPG is an independent think-and-do-tank based in Brussels. MPG’s purpose is rooted in its ability to inspire networks to provide evidence-based projects, research and campaigns in the areas of integration, migration and anti-discrimination.