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We are pleased to announce that the podcasts and slide presentations from the event ‘Using scenarios in academic research to study the future’ on 26 May 2011 are now available on our website

Download the audio files and slide presentations here.

The event brought together scholars who work with futures and, in particular, scenario methodologies to discuss their research, methodological challenges, and insights about the future. This event was organized by the Global Migration Futures Project, International Migration Institute.

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