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The Wilberforce Society

University of Cambridge's student-run think tank which provides dialogue between students and leading policymakers

The Wilberforce Society was founded in 2009 by students at the University of Cambridge. It is the University’s student-run think tank and aims to provide a forum for dialogue between students and leading policymakers. This core aim is achieved by three key functions: the promotion of public policy debate amongst the wider student body the publishing of students’ policy research to a professional audience and reaching out to policymakers across the UK to work with students on the formulation of new policy. For further information on the society, its events and the possibility of commissioning policy research, please visit or email

Click here for their April 2016 report on Accreditation Integration Strategy:

Refugee Qualification Equivalence: Improving Integration through Skills Recognition 

CAMMIGRES member, Dr Renaud Morieux (Faculty of History) publishes in Foreign Affairs: 'Boat People, Then and Now. Making the Calais Crossing', 7 September 2015

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Please note that the CAMMIGRES network has been superseded by the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement.

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