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24 January 2011 – BSA Presidential Event: People Trafficking – British Library Conference Centre, London, UK


Following on from the success of the first Presidential event on Climate Change, the BSA President, Professor John Brewer, proudly announces the second of a series of Presidential events (free to BSA members). 

PEOPLE TRAFFICKING – This one day conference will examine international migration, immigration and people trafficking.

We are delighted that Robin Cohen, Director of the International Migration Institute at the University of Oxford,  will be taking the lead on this event and presenting International Migration: then and now.

The conference programme includes the following high-profile speakers who, being leaders in their field, are sure to be thought-provoking and invite lively debate:

A welcome to the conference from BSA President: Professor John Brewer.

Professor Robin Cohen, IMI, University of Oxford:  International Migration: then and now.

Dr Bridget Anderson, COMPAS, University of Oxford:  Ethics and Immigration Control.

Professor Karen O’Reilly, Loughborough University:  Lifestyle Migration – the British abroad.

Dr Vron Ware, The Open University:  Soldiers and Migrants – civil-military relations.

Dr Nicola Mai, London Metropolitan University:  Sexuality, Gender and International Migration.

Dr Danny Sriskandarajah, Director of the Royal Commonwealth Society:  Why we need a migration museum?


Cost:  FREE for BSA Members*; £25 for Non-Members*

*Places for this event are allocated on a first come, first served basis.  Lunch and refreshments are included.  BSA Members can attend this event free of charge (your 2011 subscription must be paid in advance of registration).  Non-Members of the BSA may also attend this event for a registration fee of £25.

Please direct any queries about this event to or call the BSA Events Team on 0191 383 0839.

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A World To Win


Soundings 45 is now out

Although the cuts are coming, there has been an eerie political calm and sense of inevitability about all that is in store for us (carefully nurtured by the Coalition and their allies in the media). But the storm will break – people are going to start seriously suffering and we need to ensure that there is a political battle against the assault planned by the government. Can Labour lead this battle?


The political struggle ahead
Doreen Massey

Labour in a time of coalition
Sally Davison, Stuart Hall, Michael Rustin, Jonathan Rutherford

What comes after New Labour?
Gerry Hassan

The SNP and the ‘new politics’
Richard Thompson

Rebuilding social democracy
George Irvin

Greek myths
Duncan Weldon

Money manager capitalism and the global financial crisis
L. Randall Wray

Carbon trading: how it works and why it fails
Oscar Reyes and Tamra Gilbertson

Why I am a socialist
Ruth Levitas

Smile till it hurts
Laurie Penny

Lives on the line
Vron Ware

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