The 38th annual Festival of Migration, Culture and Citizenship will showcase the grand duchy’s strength through diversity.
The migration festival features panels on critical issues, such as the cost of housing and the history of discrimination, as well as putting multicultural literature and music in the spotlight. The majority of the programme is conducted in French.
The festival is organised by Clae, an umbrella group of migration-oriented not-for-profit outfits.
The event traditionally takes place at Luxexpo, but will be held this year online. Clae said that the book fair which is usually organised in conjunction with the migration festival has been delayed until 2022.
Library picture: Nancy Zhingri is seen attending the Migration Festival in 2013. Photo credit: Steve Eastwood