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Free Geography/Risk event aimed at students interested in Geography being run by the Discover risk team – Tues 17 Feb, London

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Free Geography / Risk Event

Tuesday 17 February – London

Natural hazards and catastrophes seem to feature in the news more now than ever before.

It is important that the UK insurance sector, the third largest in the world, understands the challenges posed by such hazards, given its global footprint. Those with a geography background are well-placed to do just this.

The CII is hosting a free event specifically for current students of geography and linked subjects to highlight the linkages between geography and risk – and to let students network with those geography graduates already working in the profession.

Featuring presentations from recent and experienced geography graduates, as well as the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) in partnership with the LMA Academy, the event will shine a light on one of the UK’s most influential, yet misunderstood, sectors.

The event will take place on Tuesday 17 February at CII’s Great Hall, 20 Aldermanbury, London EC2V 7HY. It will start at 2.00 pm and presentations will run until 3.00 pm, when students are free to leave. Those able to stay can network with the speakers and other graduate practitioners.

Delegates will also be able to discover more about the RGS.

To book your place at this event, please email discover@cii.co.uk quoting CIIRGS215.

Those unable to attend will be able to download a podcast of the event by emailingdiscover@cii.co.uk.

Thanks,

The Discover Team

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