The University of Oxford's Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) was founded in 2003 to conduct high-quality research, develop theory and facilitate knowledge exchange in migration. Twenty years later, COMPAS has established an international reputation for original research, pioneering teaching, and policy relevance. Bringing together scholars from the Centre's founding and development, this seminar series will welcome a panel format to reflect on the history of migration studies and research at COMPAS, exploring social impact and policy engagement initiatives. Join us as we celebrate the Centre's commitment to pioneering research and look to the future.
Attendance is free, and all are welcome.
The first three seminars took place at 61 Banbury Road, Oxford
The final seminar took place at Lecture Theatre, HB Allen Centre, Keble College