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Dr Cathryn Costello takes part in a panel discussion hosted by Kellogg College

Robert Cohen introduces the debate at the Oxford Museum of Natural History
Robert Cohen introduces the debate at the Oxford Museum of Natural History


The regulation of international migration and migrant rights are among the most contested public policy issues around the world. In 2013–14 a series of high-level policy meetings (including the High-Level Dialogue on Migration and Development in New York, and the Global Forum on Migration and Development in Stockholm) will debate the global governance of migration, migrant rights and development.

Do we need more global governance of international migration? If so, why and what should it aim to achieve? How, if at all, should international migration be integrated in the post-2015 development agenda?

Panellists including Paul Collier (Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford), Ian Goldin (Oxford Martin School), Cathryn Costello (Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford) and Martin Ruhs (Kellogg College, OUDCE and COMPAS, Oxford) discuss the global governance of migration, migrant rights and development.

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