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The NORFACE Research Programme on Migration and the Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration (CReAM) at UCL are organising a conference at UCL on 10–13 April 2013

The International Migration Institute is involved in the NORFACE annual migration conference via its THEMIS research project (Theorizing the Evolution of European Migration Systems). This year's conference is called 'Migration: Global Development, New Frontiers'.

At the April 2013 conference there will be academic podia on:

Transnational and Multicultural Lives

Ethnicity, Religion and Discrimination

First and Second Generation Migrants

Migration and Knowledge Spill-overs

Migration and Development

New Frontiers in Migration Data

and policy podia on:

How should Governments Best Address World Trends in Migration?

Migration: the Key Challenge for the EU?

Find out more on the conference website

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