Migration is a defining feature of humanity, yet it is a complex, multifaceted phenomenon that can pose challenges to countries and society. The Mexican Summit at UCL 2018 aims to explore the migration phenomenon from a multidisciplinary perspective, from migration modelling to policy and human rights. The UCL Mexican Alumni Association, in partnership with Chevening Alumni Meixco, is taking part in the summit by hosting its own panel discussion in Mexico City.
You are invited to join them for a chance to hear from a range of migration experts.
Date: Thursday, 7 June 2018
Time: 7pm to 10pm
Venue: British Council Mexico
Lope de Vega 316, Polanco, 11560, CDMX
Celeste González Camacho - Project Assistant at the Reintegration Protocol for Migrants within IOM - UN Migration (Organización Internacional para las Migraciones)
Emilio González - Senior Protection Associate at the UN Refugee Agency (ACNUR)
Rocío Osorno - Independent consultant and researcher, specialises in migration, gender and public policies in North America
Tomás Milton Muñoz Bravo - Reseracher at UNAM Department of International Relations
The pannel discussion will be followed by a chance to network with your fellow alumni and the speakers over drinks and nibbles. Tickets are free but booking is essential, so please register below.