CPC were delighted to have attended the British Sociological Association (BSA) Annual Conference which took place at the University of Manchester from the 4 - 6 April 2017.
The theme for the 2017 Annual Conference was 'Recovering the Social: Personal Troubles and Public Issues' and CPC members Professor Lynn Jamieson, Professor Derek McGhee and Dr Chris Moreh contributed to the programme.
5 April 2017: Professor Derek McGhee and Dr Chris Moreh presented "Undeliberate Determinacy? Estimating the 'Effect' of Brexit on the Migration Strategies of Poles in the UK" linked to CPC project 'Understanding the drivers and consequence of population changes in the UK in the context of a changing Europe'.
6 April 2017: As well as being a member of CPC, Professor Lynn Jamieson is also BSA President and provided the Presidential Address 'Recovering the social: revisiting the more than personal life' for the conference.
6 April 2017: Professor Derek McGhee and Dr Chris Moreh presented "Transnational Citizenship in Times of Brexit: Polish Migrants' Perceptions and Strategies in the Context of the Reconfiguration of Substantial Citizenship Rights in the United Kingdom" linked to CPC project 'Examining the drivers, impacts and long-term trajectories of Polish migration a decade after accession'.
Further details about the conference, including the full programme, can be found on the BSA website.