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Day 106, Year of #Mygration: Forthcoming Conference: The 8th Making Diversity Interventions Count Annual Conference

Forthcoming conference: 8th Making Diversity Interventions Count Annual Conference [MDICAC] 

30th May 2018

Day 105, Year of #Mygration: KNOMAD Migration and Development Brief

The Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development (KNOMAD) published its Migration and development brief last month

29th May 2018

Day 104, Year of #Mygration: Home Office deportation targets show how Britain's immigration system is harmful by design

Written by Victoria Canning, Lecturer in Criminology and Social Policy at the Open University.

28th May 2018

Day 103, Year of #Mygration: How much do you know?

The new edition of World Migration Report 2018  

25th May 2018

Day 102, Year of #Mygration: Hostile Environments: The Politics of (Un)Belonging

Hostile Environments: The Poltics of (Un)Belonging.
Collective imagining at the TATE Modern Friday 25th May 2018 12-6pm

24th May 2018
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Day 101, Year of #Mygration: A big data approach to research sudden large scale migration in humanitarian emergencies

Written by Dr Belinda Wu, Research Associate at the Open University

23rd May 2018
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Supporting UK business contributions to UK space industry

OU researchers, led by OU Professor of Electro-Optics, Andrew Holland are part of a consortium of UK universities and organisations to be awarded almost £5 million to support small businesses in enhancing innovation in the UK space industry.

22nd May 2018

Day 100, Year of #Mygration: Refugee Week 2018

To mark Day 100, Year of #Mygration and Refugee Week 2018

22nd May 2018
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Doubt, depression, anxiety – just some of the problems plaguing the veterinary profession

Mental health issues, alcohol and drug abuse, a high incidence of stress and suicide, excessive staff turnover rates, and a failure to adapt to the increasing demographic dominance of women. These are all serious challenges facing the veterinary profession in the UK. And they require urgent attention.

21st May 2018
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Day 99, Year of #Mygration: D2uble Penalty: Refugees and freedom of religion or belief

Written by Jessica Giles, Law Lecturer, Director of the Project on Interdisciplinary Law and Religion Studies at the Open University

21st May 2018

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