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  • BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION EDUCATES STUDENTS ON UK’S CHANGING MIGRATION POLICY

    A cross section of AUCC students attended a public lecture at the invitation of the British High Commission. The lecture was organised on February 26, 2014, by the High Commission in collaboration with the Centre for Migration Studies, University of Ghana. The theme for the lecture was “The UK’s Changing Migration Policy and the Global Migration Debate.” The programme was held at the Centre for African Wetlands (University of Ghana Campus).  

  • BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION EDUCATES STUDENTS ON UK’S CHANGING MIGRATION POLICY

    A cross section of AUCC students attended a public lecture at the invitation of the British High Commission. The lecture was organised on February 26, 2014, by the High Commission in collaboration with the Centre for Migration Studies, University of Ghana. The theme for the lecture was “The UK’s Changing Migration Policy and the Global Migration Debate.” The programme was held at the Centre for African Wetlands (University of Ghana Campus).  

  • BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION EDUCATES STUDENTS ON UK’S CHANGING MIGRATION POLICY

    A cross section of AUCC students attended a public lecture at the invitation of the British High Commission. The lecture was organised on February 26, 2014, by the High Commission in collaboration with the Centre for Migration Studies, University of Ghana. The theme for the lecture was “The UK’s Changing Migration Policy and the Global Migration Debate.” The programme was held at the Centre for African Wetlands (University of Ghana Campus).  

  • BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION EDUCATES STUDENTS ON UK’S CHANGING MIGRATION POLICY

    A cross section of AUCC students attended a public lecture at the invitation of the British High Commission. The lecture was organised on February 26, 2014, by the High Commission in collaboration with the Centre for Migration Studies, University of Ghana. The theme for the lecture was “The UK’s Changing Migration Policy and the Global Migration Debate.” The programme was held at the Centre for African Wetlands (University of Ghana Campus).  

  • BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION EDUCATES STUDENTS ON UK’S CHANGING MIGRATION POLICY

    A cross section of AUCC students attended a public lecture at the invitation of the British High Commission. The lecture was organised on February 26, 2014, by the High Commission in collaboration with the Centre for Migration Studies, University of Ghana. The theme for the lecture was “The UK’s Changing Migration Policy and the Global Migration Debate.” The programme was held at the Centre for African Wetlands (University of Ghana Campus).  

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