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Oliver Bakewell, Julien Brachet and Robin Cohen to take part in evaluation of recent events, considering old precedents along with new answers to what has been deemed one of the most pressing migration crises in European history.

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On Monday 26 October Oliver Bakewell, Julien Brachet and Robin Cohen, along with colleagues from COMPAS and the Refugee Studies Centre, will form part of a panel discussion at the Oxford Martin School which will seek to offer responses and solutions to the 'migrant and refugee crisis'.

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This unique opportunity for students and other members of the university to interact with leading researchers on migration and refugee studies is now fully booked, but those unable to attend will be able to watch the live webcast.

This is a joint event hosted by IMI and the Oxford Martin School.

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