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Second blog series by CEELBAS research intern: migrant night workers in London

20 December 2012


Cezar Macarie, who recently completed the M.Res in Russian and East European Studies at UCL SSEES, has written a new series of blogs as part of his research internship at the Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum in London. Following his earlier blog series for the Forum on Romanian Roma in the UK, Cezar's new series looks at the precarious lives of London's migrant night workers. Some of the findings of Cezar's research for this project were presented at the University of Leeds conference on "Vulnerable Workers, Forced Labour, Migration and Ethical Trading" on 14th December 2012: view the presentation.

The Forum

Cezar's work at the Forum was supported through the CEELBAS Internship Scheme - a new initiative launched with funding from the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and British Academy (BA) to promote collaboration and knowledge exchange between up-and-coming researchers and the world beyond universities around key areas of policy concern.