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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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COMPAS 16h
COMPAS is hiring! We're looking for a researcher on migration and a part time project manager -
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Veronique Barbelet 16h
What are important aspects of refugee self-reliance beyond the economic? New Brief
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Our Wednesday seminar this week is ‘The constitutional right to asylum’ with Prof Stephen Meili of
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Oct 13
ICYMI watch highlights video & listen to podcasts from RSC conference 'Beyond Crisis: Rethinking Studies'
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Ulrike Krause Oct 13
Happy to have contributed to the new RSC Research in Brief on Self-Reliance. Great work putting it all together, Evan Easton-Calabria.
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Oct 13
The latest RSC Research in Brief is out now on self-reliance
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FMR Oct 12
‘Silencing criticism in Mexico’ by Ximena Suárez & Daniel Zapico in FMR 56:
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Open State Oct 8
Missed at ? Check out his interview on - "Refugees good for the economy"
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Oct 12
Thank you to Ann Singleton for a great seminar yesterday on data use in migration & asylum policy. Podcast to follow
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Carlos Vargas-Silva Oct 11
Tomorrow , & speak in Oxford on “Refugees’ right to work & access to labour markets”
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Jeff Crisp Oct 11
An important, high-level conference on global humanitarian issues. London, 14 November 2017. Register now! No fee.
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Oct 11
In today’s seminar, 5pm, Ann Singleton of discusses the use of migration and asylum data in policy
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JRS International Oct 10
Read about the obstacles to permanent solutions for persons in in FMR 52
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Social Science Lib Oct 10
Are you a new DPhil student or researcher? Check out this workshop to learn about the support the SSL can offer you!
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Border Criminologies Oct 10
New on the blog: the 'right to have rights' and the protection gap faced by refugees and Nathan Bell
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Oct 10
Oxford Handbook of now available incl. on refugees & Matthew Gibney on denationalization
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FMR Oct 9
‘Foreword: Regional solidarity & commitment to protection in Latin America & the Caribbean’ in FMR 56
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Oct 9
Our public seminars resume Wednesday @ 5pm with Ann Singleton discussing use of data for migration & asylum policies
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Oct 6
The latest issue of , focusing on Latin America and the Caribbean, is now online
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Oct 6
A Half-Century of Universal Refugee Protection Under Threat, by Prof Guy S Goodwin-Gill for
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