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Introducing the Cambridge Migration Research Forum (CAMMIGRES): An Event for New Graduates

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Dear Graduate,

• Do you have research interests in migration?

• Would you like to talk to fellow postgraduates and postdoctorates working on migration-related issues?

• Are you interested in event organising?

Then come and find out more about the research and activities of the Cambridge Migration Research Forum (CAMMIGRES)!

Please join us for, ‘Introducing CAMMIGRES : An Event for New Graduates,’ which is being held at 5pm on Tuesday 3rd November, B3 Institute of Criminology, Sidgwick Site to hear from current members followed by discussion and drinks/light refreshments.

We would really like to open up the Forum to new members working on areas relevant to migration who are new to the university or existing graduates/postdoctorates who may not have heard of CAMMIGRES Forum and would like to join. In particular, we would like to find people who are interested in being part of the organising group to help with future activities.

Please see attachment for the poster or visit the following weblink to register:

There will be collection points at the event for winter clothes to send to refugees in Calais – please donate warm coats, blankets, hats, gloves, scarves, shoes. There will also be a collection point in the reception of the Institute of Criminology between 26 October – 6 November (working days only, 9am-5pm).

We look forward to seeing you on the 3rd November!

Best wishes, Maddy Dr Madeline-Sophie Abbas CAMMIGRES Research Associate

Professor Madeleine Arnot and Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe, Co-Covenors of CAMMIGRES

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