Pew Research on Asylum Seekers in Europe and US Refugee Resettlement

28 November 2017
COMPAS board room

Speaker: Phillip Connor, senior researcher at Pew Research Center
Time: 10.30am
Venue: COMPAS boardroom, 58 Banbury Road

Phillip Connor, a senior researcher at Pew Research Center, will be presenting on migration and refugee issues at COMPAS on 28 November.

The Pew Research Center is a leading fact tank in Washington DC, covering key policy issues in the United States and around the world. Phillip Connor, senior researcher, researches international migration and has written extensively on migration and asylum issues in the United States and Europe. Recent articles by Connor can be found here.

The seminar is part of the Role of European Mobility and its Impacts in Narratives, Debates and EU Reforms (REMINDER) project funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 programme.

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