4 May 2017 - CPC are delighted to present a new Brexit exhibition for the 2017 University of Southampton 'Bringing Research to Life' Roadshow. Using bespoke interactive activities such as giant puzzles and question games, the CPC exhibition will share world leading social science research in a fun, easy to understand and accessible way to help tackle public misconceptions about Brexit and EU migrants.
The exhibit refers to research highlighted in CPC Briefing Paper 33 'Who are the EU migrants in England and Wales?', CPC Briefing Paper 34 'Expense turns to investment: How the welfare state supports EU migrants' economic achievements' and CPC Briefing Paper 35 'Should I stay or should I go? Strategies of EU citizens living in the UK in the context of the EU referendum' .
CPC went live with our exhibit to #makelearningfun for students from three schools on 4 May 2017 at the Thomas Hardye School in Dorchester. CPC will also be joining the 'Bringing Research to Life' Roadshow at the Cheltenham Science Festival on 7 June, Winchester Science Festival on 29 July and BBC Countryfile Live on 4 August (to be confirmed). More information about the Roadshow can be found on their website.
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