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LARIA Conference on researching to protect vulnerable people

When Nov 18, 2015
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Robinson College, University of Cambridge
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LARIA One Day Conference

Researching together to protect vulnerable people: Poverty, ageing, disability and avoiding the winter crisis


Robinson College, University of Cambridge

LARIA (Local Area Research and Intelligence Association) is pleased to announce the one-day conference on the 18 November 2015 at the University of Cambridge. The full programme is now available. Cambridge university students who are interested in attending should contact the organisers regarding a student conference rate.

The conference will be a mixture of plenary sessions and breakout sessions. All participants will get the chance to discuss how researching together can protect vulnerable people. The day will be worth 5 hours towards the Market Research Society CPD framework (* please note you must be an MRS Member to gain these hours).  For exhibitor opportunities, please see here. We hope that you can join us.

 Follow the link for registration details. This is an external event.

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