Right-wing discourses are strengthening, the living and working conditions of people with migration history are often precarious, and there is little public support for migrant movements and initiatives that call for participation and equality. But the contours of a left-wing migration policy are also blurred after more than 60 years of immigration. Does it view migration and immigration as a bottom-up process that is constantly fighting for social and political rights? Do left-wing organizations invite migrant activists to work together in solidarity? Are left-wing policies opening up to the interests and needs of migrants?
The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung conference wants to strengthen a change of perspective in migration policy and create a space in which people with and without migration and flight history, especially migrant self-organizations, together with scientists, activists and representatives of the politics can debate about changing perspectives of the migration discourse.
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