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On Tuesday 20 November IMI former co-director Hein de Haas will present this lecture at the Oxford Martin School

Tuesday 10 November 17:00-18:30, Lecture Theatre, Oxford Martin School, followed by a drinks reception

Myths, hysteria, panic. As the migrant and refugee crisis has reached fever pitch in recent months, so has political and media fear-mongering, but what are the facts behind the headlines? Hear from Professor Hein de Haas, former IMI co-director, on what drives migration, whether the current crisis could have been avoided with different policies, and what practical solutions politicians should now be implementing. 

For those unable to attend the event the talk will be live webcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CGtgCayVM8

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