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Curious connections…Migration and mobility

Our Curious connections… series invites historians and other experts to explore 21st-century issues, from spying to prison design, through the Tower of London’s past.

Since before the first stones of the Tower were laid London has provided a home to migrants from across the world.Our panel of analysts, historians and activists explores the role that London has played as a home for migrants throughout history, and what the recent EU referendum could mean for the diversity of the city now and in the future.


Lauren Johnson | talks | www


Date and Time:

22 November 2016 at 7:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Tower of London
London Wall
0844 482 7777
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Historic Royal Palaces
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