Social Policy Research Centre, at Middlesex University, is celebrating 25 years (1990-2015) at the cutting edge of researching diversity, migration and inequalities. To mark this occasion we are organising a one-day event on Wednesday 4th March to celebrate the work of the centre over the last quarter of a century. We are also inviting some of the founder members to reflect on the achievements of the centre. There will be presentations from the staff team highlighting our particular contribution to work on family migration policies, migrant children and education, engaging with diverse communities, visual mapping of changing populations, and working with ethnic minority and women’s organisations.The event will be followed by Prof Louise Ryan’s inaugural lecture on ‘Getting worked up about Networks: how to make friends and influence people’. Buffet and drinks will be provided afterwards.
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The event is free but it is essential to pre-book a place.