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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 3h
Reminder: This Friday, 23 February, is the bursary applications deadline for our International Summer School in Forced Migration. The Summer School takes place in Oxford on 1-13 July 2018
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Alexander Betts 20h
Our new ' Economies Programme' website has just gone live
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RefugeeStudiesCentre 24h
On Wednesday, we welcome of to give a public seminar on the in international
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 19
Syria: The making and unmaking of a refuge state, by Dawn Chatty, reviewed in the
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 19
Now online, new report on Refugee Economies in from the RSC’s Economies Programme
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 16
New RSC : ‘Of rights and borders: human and contemporary forms of in European ’, Wednesday’s seminar by Dr Vladislava Stoyanova of
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ODID Feb 16
One week left to apply! We are seeking to recruit a new Associate Professor of Migration and Development, in association with :
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 16
On Monday, we will be publishing a new report on Refugee Economies in Kenya, and launching the new website for the Refugee Economies Programme
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 15
On Wednesday 21 Feb, we welcome of to give a public seminar on the in international
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 15
Reminder: 23 February is the bursary applications deadline for our International Summer School in Forced Migration. The Summer School takes place in Oxford on 1-13 July 2018
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Asylum Aid Feb 15
What has (not having any nationality) got to do with and ? In this podcast, Chris from explains it all.
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 15
Our thanks to Dr Vladislava Stoyanova of for a fascinating seminar yesterday on human and contemporary forms of in European . Podcast to follow
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 14
We are seeking two experienced post-doctoral researchers for the project are : Refugee Mobility, Recognition and Rights, led by
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 14
Today we welcome Dr Vladislava Stoyanova of to give a public seminar on human trafficking and contemporary forms of slavery in European law
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 13
New RSC : Accessing in : extraterritorial border controls meet rights, last week’s seminar by Dr Violeta Moreno-Lax of
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 13
Tomorrow at 5pm, our public seminar focuses on human trafficking and contemporary forms of slavery in European law, with Dr Vladislava Stoyanova of
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Tom Scott-Smith Feb 13
Here's a new article I wrote on resilience and humanitarianism. It brings practitioner debates and critical scholarship into conversation
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 12
Expert Views: How Promising Is the Global Refugee Compact Zero Draft?, with comment from
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 12
'A lottery': asylum system is unjust, say Home Office whistleblowers
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Feb 12
Out now - a new book on ‘Syria: The Making and Unmaking of a Refuge State’ by Professor Dawn Chatty
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