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Our Quantitative Theme Leader, Julie Litchfield, attends IOM event on remittances in London

Thursday 16 June from 9:30 until 11:30
LSE, London
International Day of Family Remittances
Dilip Ratha, our Consortium Advisory Group Chair, will speak along with 4 others

Our Quantitative Theme Leader, Julie Litchfield, attends an IOM event: 'Maximising the development outcomes of remittances' at LSE.

International Migrants Day - Delicious Evening Meal - All Proceeds to a Refugee Charity

Monday 7 December from 18:00 until 20:00
Dhaba cafe - Arts C
Migrating out of Poverty
Indian Diaspora meal followed by a new local documentary film 'Tasting My Future'

Join Migrating out of Poverty & Global Studies for a delicious meal in recognition of International Migrants Day. Students £2, Staff £6, for charity.

Global Forum on Migration and Development - Civil Society days

Monday 12 October from 9:00 until 17:00
Istanbul, Turkey
Migrating out of Poverty

Four members from the Migrating out of Poverty international consortium attend the GFMD Civil Society days for 2015

The involuntary return of undocumented Cambodian migrants from Thailand: gender relations and impacts on livelihood

Monday 21 September from 13:00 until 14:00
Global Studies Resource Centre - Arts C
Migrating out of Poverty - Cambodia
Dr Robert Nurick and Sochanny Hak

Through interviews with returned migrants we assess the impacts of involuntary return of migration on migrants and their families.

Reflections on participatory arts-based research with migrants in South Africa

Monday 14 September from 13:00 until 14:00
Global Resource Centre - Arts C - Ground Floor
Migrating out of Poverty- Lunchtime Seminar
Dr Jo Vearey and Elsa Oliveira

Dr Jo Vearey and Ms Elsa Oliveira from the African Centre for Migration & Society at the University of Witwatersrand speak about their project MoVE.

Queer Crossings - an art exhibition with drinks and nibbles reception

Wednesday 9 September from 17:00 until 19:00
The HELM Cafe, Brighthelm Community Centre, North Road, Brighton Town Centre
MoVE method:visual:explore project
Jo Vearey and Elsa Oliveira

An arts and writing project conducted with LGBTIQ asylum seekers and migrants - representing six African countries - currently living in Johannesburg

Migrating out of Poverty RPC Annual Partner Meeting at the Asia Research Institute in Singapore

Friday 3 July from 9:00 until 17:00
Asia Research Institute (ARI) - National University of Singapore

Migrating out of Poverty Research Programme Consortium will meet in Singapore on Friday 3 July and Saturday 4 July for their annual partner meeting

Gendered Dimensions of Migration: Material and social outcomes of South-South migration

Tuesday 30 June from 9:00 until 18:00
Asia Research Institute (ARI) - National University of Singapore
International Conference
Keynotes: Dr Trond Waage and Dr Deirdre McKay

An international conference focused on gender dynamics in labour markets, labour/mobility regimes, remittances, and visual contributions to this theme

Labour Trafficking? Understanding the use of brokers in women's and girls' labour migration in the global South

Friday 6 March from 11:00 until 12:45
Jubilee Building - 144 (live streaming will be available, as well as post-event streaming)
International Women's Day - Migrating out of Poverty - University of Sussex
Panel - Dr Priya Deshingkar, Mike Dottridge, Dr Ligia Kiss, and Jonathan Blagbrough

For International Women's Day 2015, Migrating out of Poverty will host a panel debate on trafficking in the global South.

ResUp MeetUp - Symposium and Training Exchange - from 9-12 Feb 2015

Thursday 12 February from 9:00 until 17:00
Nairobi, Kenya

A group of #researchuptake professionals building community through a Symposium and Training Exchange to be held in Nairobi, Kenya from 9-12 Feb 2015

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