The Right to Immigration and Emigration

Michael Boylan

Michael Boylan

Michael Boylan (Ph.D. University of Chicago) is professor of Philosophy at Marymount University.He has been an invited speaker at major research universities in 14 countries.He has published 11 single or co-authored books and edited 10 other books in philosophy.
Michael Boylan

Latest posts by Michael Boylan (see all)

One of the most pressing ethical issues of the past few years has been the flood of immigrants from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Southern Sudan, Libya,

Continue reading »

What is Immigration?

Ties Nijssen

Ties Nijssen

As a publishing editor in Philosophy of Science I have the tremendous good fortune to work with academics from all research backgrounds. This has had the welcome side-effect of gradually transforming me from my straight alpha academic background in Marketing and Philosophy, into a layman marveling at the wonders of the natural and biological sciences. I take a special interest in the role of technology in science and how this is changing our notions of Truth, Society and Humanity (yes, I remain an alpha at heart).
Ties Nijssen

Latest posts by Ties Nijssen (see all)

What is Immigration? Immigration is the political topic of the moment. It promises to be at the heart of Brexit and Mexico has replaced Berlin

Continue reading »

Society and Health of Migrants

Sir Michael Marmot

Sir Michael Marmot

Director of the Institute of Health Equity at UCL Department of Epidemiology & Public Health
He is Professor of Epidemiology at University College London, President of the World Medical Association and the author of The Health Gap: the challenge of an unequal world (2015) and Status Syndrome: how your place on the social gradient directly affects your health (2004).Marmot has led research groups on health inequalities for 40 years. He was knighted by Her Majesty The Queen, for services to epidemiology and the understanding of health inequalities.
Sir Michael Marmot

Latest posts by Sir Michael Marmot (see all)

In London, in May 2016, a photograph was tweeted with the caption: “This is what a civilised society looks like”. The photo showed the inauguration

Continue reading »