Series Of Debates Across Europe Announced
BBC World Service announced a series of debates across Europe as the continent grapples with the big issues of migration, the economy and security.
On Wednesday 9 March, at the National Library of Latvia, BBC World Questions: Europe And Latvia will ask how the country should use its democratic independence, what it means to be European, and what Latvia’s duties are to the European Union. The programme will discuss the impact of immigration on life in Latvia, and also look at challenges to security and economic well-being in Latvia and Europe as a whole.
“Save Our BBC commends BBC World Service for arranging this series of debates about key European issues of migration, economics and security. Where else can we find this service to inform and educate the citizens of many countries? The UK and Europe benefit and this sort of thing does so much for the UK’s image and standing internationally.”