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CAMMIGRES

The Cambridge Migration Research Network

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The CAMMIGRES Forum

The CAMMIGRES Forum is a vibrantly interdisciplinary, public-facing entity, run by postgraduate students and early career researchers, with oversight and support from Network founders and members. The Forum’s main objective is to undertake a range of constructive profile-raising scholarly activities to enhance and develop migration research in Cambridge, from developing social media platforms, hosting reading groups, to organising seminar series, conferences, film screenings and talks.

Together the Network and the Forum aim to bring together, and to embolden and inspire the CAMMIGRES community of student, early career, and established academics.

The Forum Organising Group

Six members of the Forum with relevant experience have been appointed to the Forum ‘Organising Group’ to facilitate and co-organise Forum activities. The Organising group meets on a regular basis and meeting dates are publicised in advance to all members of the Forum, via the Forum mailing list. More on the Organising Group...

CAMMIGRES Forum events funding

To promote a broad range of engaging, stimulating migration-oriented events and to support and encourage scholarly migration related activities, the CAMMIGRES founders have made a small pot of money available to the Forum, to support quality events and activities. Members are also encouraged to seek supplementary external funding to support scholarly Forum events and activities (e.g. conferences, workshops and seminars). More on applying for CAMMIGRES Forum events funding...

Mailing list

Forum members will be kept abreast of relevant activities and events, as well as Organising Group meetings and funding decisions, via the CAMMIGRES Forum mailing list. To join the mailing list please email one of the Organising Group members, or send a request to: cammigres@gmail.com

Report from the inaugoral CAMMIGRES Forum meeting (Feb 2014) - describing agreements on the structure, focus and organisation of the CAMMIGRES Forum

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