The Refugee Studies Centre (RSC) was founded in 1982 and is part of the Oxford Department of International Development. Our mission is to build knowledge and understanding of forced migration in order to help improve the lives of some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
Denationalisation and discrimination
Matthew J Gibney, (2019), Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Subversive Humanitarianism and Its Challenges: Notes on the Political Ambiguities of Civil Refugee Support
Robin Vandevoordt and Gert Verschraegen, (2019), Refugee Protection and Civil Society in Europe, 101 - 128
Research in Brief: Uganda's Self-Reliance Model: Does it Work?
Research in Brief
Alexander Betts et al, (2019), RSC Research in Brief 11
Refugee Economies in Uganda: What Difference Does the Self-Reliance Model Make?
Alexander Betts et al, (2019)
Seeking informal asylum: The case of Central Americans in the United States
Angela Remus, (2019), RSC Working Paper Series, 127
Middle East North Africa (MENA) Refugee Crisis: Digital Resources in Review
Sarah Rhodes, (2019), Review of Middle East Studies, 52 (2), 344 - 347
Democratizing Displacement, RSC Conference 2019
This international conference will be held on 18-19 March at New College, Oxford.
Founded in 1982
Master's course established in 1998
Winner of the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education in 2002