Oxford Science Festival- Why do People Migrate?

by | Jun 10, 2016

Why Do People Migrate?

Saturday 25 June 17:00
Venue: Oxford Town Hall, Long Room
Admissions: £5/£4(conc.)/£16(fam.)
Suitability: 14+
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Why do people move? How do you decide between the risk it takes to make the journey, and the opportunities it may bring you? Based on a live experiment on Broad Street (which will take place earlier on Saturday 25 June), this discussion explores the personal characteristics one needs to have to become a migrant, and highlights the latest research on migrations.

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