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The Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford, is a global leader in multidisciplinary research on forced migration. RTs not endorsements.
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RefugeeStudiesCentre 11h
Our alumnus writes on the displacement challenges of Afghanistan, within and beyond its borders for journal
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RefugeeStudiesCentre 12h
New paper in the Journal of Refugee Studies by on the externalization of European migration policy. Listen to him deliver the 2017 Annual Elizabeth Colson lecture on this subject
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RefugeeStudiesCentre 14h
The podcast of our seminar on Belgian refugees between 'war' and 'peace', focusing on the First World War, is now online
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 8
Out soon - new book on ‘Syria: The Making and Unmaking of a Refuge State’ by Dawn Chatty
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 8
New article in | Thrive or Survive? Explaining Variation in Economic Outcomes for , by , Naohiko Omata, &
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Jeff Crisp Dec 7
The Global Compact on Refugees: how much difference will it make? My latest blog:
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 7
Our short course on Palestine Refugees & International Law will take place in Amman, Jordan, on 2-3 March. Applications are open!
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 6
The podcast of our seminar on Belgian refugees between 'war' and 'peace', focusing on the First World War, is now online
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 6
Syrian boy wins Children's Peace Prize for building refugee school in Lebanon
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 6
Read our latest Annual Report, with articles on our research on refugee economies, architectures of displacement, the duties of refugees, and the local politics of the Syrian refugee crisis
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 5
Out soon - new book on ‘Syria: The Making and Unmaking of a Refuge State’ by Dawn Chatty
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 5
Tomorrow at University, Istanbul, , Ali Ali and will discuss their new research on ‘The Local Politics of the Syrian Refugee Crisis’
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 5
New report on Local Politics and the Syrian Refugee Crisis now online - , Ali Ali & explore responses in Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan
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FMR Dec 4
“Lograr que el Marco de Respuesta Integral para los Refugiados se vuelva una realidad” por en RMF 56:
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 4
Our International Summer School in Forced Migration takes place on 1-13 July 2018 in Oxford. Applications are open!
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 1
Discussion on ‘The Local Politics of the Syrian Refugee Crisis’ with , Ali Ali and taking place 6 December at University, Istanbul
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Dec 1
New article in | Thrive or Survive? Explaining Variation in Economic Outcomes for , by , Naohiko Omata, &
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Nov 30
Applications are open for our short course on Palestine Refugees & International Law taking place on 2-3 March in Amman, Jordan
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Fulya Memisoglu Nov 29
Türkiye, Lübnan ve Ürdün’ü incelediğimiz ‘Politics of the Syrian refugee crisis’ projemizin 6 Aralık’ta Universitesi’nde gerçekleşecek sunumuna bekleriz
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Nov 30
Thank you to for closing out our seminar series this term with a fascinating seminar on ‘Belgian refugees between “war” and “peace”’. Podcast to follow
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