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Is Child Labour Always Wrong? - Dorte Thorsen invited to speak

Thursday 20 July from 18:00 until 19:00
Chatham House, London
Chatham House Forum Series
Dr Dorte Thorsen

Dorte Thorsen has been invited to speak as part of the Chatham House Forum Series on the question: Is Child Labour Always Wrong?

Migrating out of Poverty Phase 3 Inception Workshop

Tuesday 18 July from 9:00 until 17:30
Brighton
Migrating out of Poverty

New and old Migrating out of Poverty partners are coming together to coordinate the third phase of research for our consortium.

Invitation: Gender, Migration and Development workshop in London

Wednesday 5 July from 9:30 until 13:30
Christian Aid offices near Waterloo
Migrating out of Poverty
Speakers from Migrating out of Poverty, Save the Children, Christian Aid, and Care International

We're holding a workshop on gender, migration, and development in London on Wednesday 5 July. If interested, RSVP and come along.

Gender relations and female migration for construction work within Nepal

Wednesday 19 April from 9:00 until 17:00
SAP Falcha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Migrating out of Poverty
Nepal Institute of Development Studies workshop

Presenting findings on gender relations within family and workplace: the migration of women from rural to urban areas for construction work.

Low-skilled migration and precarious work: Where do the borders of forced migration begin and end?

Monday 17 April from 15:00 until 16:30
UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office, India
Migrating out of Poverty
Dr Priya Deshingkar, Research Director, University of Sussex Centre for Migration Research

UNESCO seminar on the conditions in which low-skilled migrants are recruited and employed and the contrasting discourses on their experience.

Keynote: Michael Clemens - open to students

Wednesday 29 March from 9:30 until 10:30
Brunei Gallery - Lecture Theatre - SOAS, London
Migrating out of Poverty: From Evidence to Policy conference
Michael Clemens - the Center for Global Development

Migrating out of Poverty: From Evidence to Policy conference opens its doors for the keynote speeches on Tue 28 March and Wed 29 March - this week.

Keynote: Julia O'Connell Davidson - open to students

Tuesday 28 March from 9:30 until 10:30
Brunei Gallery - Lecture Theatre - SOAS, London
Migrating out of Poverty: From Evidence to Policy conference
Julia O'Connell Davidson - University of Bristol

Migrating out of Poverty: From Evidence to Policy conference opens its doors for the keynote speeches on Tue 28 March and Wed 29 March - this week.

Migrating out of Poverty: From Evidence to Policy conference

Tuesday 28 March from 9:00 until 18:00
London - Brunei Gallery at SOAS
Keynotes: Julia O'Connnell Davidson and Michael Clemens

Our 2017 international conference is set to take place on Tues 28th March and Wed 29th March in London.

MOOP Research Director, Priya Deshingkar to speak at IDS event 'Brexit, Trump and the implications for development'

Thursday 23 February from 17:00 until 18:30
IDS Convening Space - live streaming available
Priya Deshingkar & Clionadh Raleigh - Univ Sussex, Michael Anderson - CGD, Simon Maxwell - IDS

First Brexit, then Trump…is Marine Le Pen next? Join us for a panel discussion on the consequences of an incredible year in European and US politics.

Precarious Migration: Voices of Undocumented Cambodian Migrants in Bangkok

Sunday 15 January from 16:30 until 18:30
Bangkok
Migrating out of Poverty - Cambodia
Il Oeur and Robert Nurick

An exhibition at SEA Junction in the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre sharing the experiences of undocumented Cambodian migrants and their families.

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