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Migrating Women: Mothers, Carers, Workers and Citizens

An evening of short talks on issues relating to women and migration followed by networking, discussion and drinks/refreshments.

The Cambridge Migration Research Network (CAMMIGRES) and the Centre for Gender Studies are jointly organising a ‘Migrating Women: mothers, carers, workers and citizens' event on 27th October 5-7pm in the Institute of Criminology (room B4, Sidgwick Site).  The aim is to bring together colleagues from across Cambridge and the university who have expressed interest in researching gender and migration issues. The event will be informal, offering a chance to hear about on-going research on women and migration and to find out about each other's research interests. We will have up to six short research presentations.  In the second part of the meeting we would like to see if we could identify common concerns that might lead to research collaborations across Faculties and Departments.

27th October 5-7pm, Institute of Criminology, B4, Sidgwick Site.

Spaces are limited, please book early and by 5pm 14th October 2015.  

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