1. Introduction and summary: a different vision for migration
2. Whose voices will be heard?
3. Facing global realities
4. Class, diversity and the ‘othering’ of migrants
5. Short-termism and the limits of national action
6. Engaging constructively with a confused debate
7. Is migration really ‘the issue’, or is it a cipher?
8. Migrant flows and Europe
9. Economy and human commodification
10. Ideology, conflict and forced migration
11. Values, identity and nationhood
12. Thinking in a Christian way about the abuse and mistreatment of migrants
13. Exploitation, ethics and human rights
14. Believing beyond borders and barriers
15. A different vision of humanity reconciled
16. Election choices and the need to fundamentally reshape the migration debate
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