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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 16h
Register now for the Annual Harrell-Bond Lecture 2018 by Pierre Krähenbühl, Commissioner-General, titled ‘In a Troubled and Polarized Middle-East: Challenges for and
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The Aquarius, the last private migrant rescue ship operating off the Libya coast, has registration revoked
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ODID 19h
Arriving for induction next week? Use when you get here to appear in the 2018 post!
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Robert Hakiza Sep 21
Self-Reliance Initiative to support better opportunities for . Happy to be part of this event. Thanks
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Odysseus Network Sep 21
Call for papers for a volume: ‘Migration Issues before International Court and Tribunals’. Deadline for submission of abstracts is 30 September 2018. Info:
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IRIN News Sep 18
“The image of Europe is a lie.” Thousands of refugees are still stranded in Moria camp as they wait for asylum claims to be processed.
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Asylum Welcome Sep 15
Our trustees are looking for talented new board members who can match the energy and compassion of 150+ Oxford volunteers. Email trustee@asylum-welcome.org for details.
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Sep 18
A new blog from Catherine Briddick, the new Martin James Departmental Lecturer in Gender and Forced Migration, : The EU’s commitment to combatting violence against women: rhetoric or reality?
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Verfassungsblog Sep 16
Final part of our online symposium on "Holding the Political Commission Accountable": CATHRYN COSTELLO and ELSPETH GUILD are underwhelmed by COM's performance in dealing with the refugee crisis
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Syria Direct Sep 17
Despite talk of refugee returns, conditions inside Syria - including reconstruction plans, decimated infrastructure and a lack of services in former rebel-held areas - risk perpetuating displacement after return. Syria Direct speaks with
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Revista Migraciones Forzadas Sep 12
"El apoyo a los recientemente reasentados en el Reino Unido" Las organizaciones que ayudan a los recién reasentados a encontrar trabajo deberían centrarse en dar herramientas necesarias para moverse por el mercado laboral. en
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Refugees Deeply Sep 14
Weekend Read: Italian and Spanish journalists explain in their own words the reasons for the distorted & damaging migration coverage
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Refugees Deeply Sep 13
As the world abandons refugees, explains how the UN refugee agency's constraints are being exposed
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Sep 11
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Sep 10
New report from on self-reliance in settlement compares socio-economic outcomes with camp, w/
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Sep 7
Matthew Gibney has a new article in Philosophy Compass on ‘The of ’ where he discusses “a number of thorny ethical issues raised by the plight of the displaced”
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FMR Sep 6
The Arabic, French and Spanish editions of FMR 58: Economies: rights and access to work are now online at , and , respectively.
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Sep 6
This new show Tide Whisperer focuses on displacement, mass movement and refugees, and will be livestreamed on Saturday 15 September, 6.30pm
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Revista Migraciones Forzadas Sep 5
"El derecho de los al trabajo y al acceso a los mercados laborales: limitaciones, retos y caminos a seguir" Los países de acogida deben abrir sus mercados laborales a los refugiados y mejorar su acceso a un trabajo decente. Artículo de "
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RefugeeStudiesCentre Sep 4
Today at RSC Director Matthew Gibney will be speaking at the conference Boundary Crossing
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