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Thursday 8 March 201818.00 to 20.00

For the last panel event of UCL ACTS FOR REFUGEES 2018:

A panel event on the issue of the refugee crisis in its complex and multi-faceted nature: from the legal side, to education, to the effects of the crisis on children to the legislative aspect, speakers include: 

-Steve Valdez-Symonds, Amnesty International UK

-Nabila Mallick, immigration and asylum barrister at No.5 Chambers

-Dr. Claudia Lapping, director of ' Pathways to Education for Women Refugees and Migrants in London' at UCL

-Dr. Rachel Rosen, Program Leader of the MA in Sociology of Childhood and Children's Rights at UCL

-Caroline Beaujet, International Engagement Lead at the Office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner

-Esme Madill, expert solicitor on the legal side of asylum seeking in the UK