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About the speaker

Human rights activist, journalist and award-winning author Sally Armstrong has covered stories about women and girls in zones of conflict all over the world. From Bosnia and Somalia to the Middle East, Rwanda, Congo and Afghanistan and Iraq, her eye witness reports have earned her awards including the Gold Award from the National Magazine Awards Foundation and the Author's Award from the Foundation for the Advancement of Canadian Letters. She received the Amnesty International Media Award in 2000, 2002 and again in 2011.

Seminar convened by the Refugee & Migration Law Discussion Group.

The Refugee and Migration Law Discussion Group also welcomes offers to present papers or other work-in-progress to the group or to lead discussions. Please do contact one of the convenors if you are interested in talking to the group or if you have an idea for an informal discussion. The group's co-convenors are Yulia Ioffe (yulia.ioffe@stx.ox.ac.uk), Maayan Ravid (maayan.ravid@lincoln.ox.ac.uk), and Teresa Buchsel (teresa.buchsel@wolfson.ox.ac.uk).

RSC Conference 2017: 'Beyond Crisis: Rethinking Refugee Studies'

The RSC hosted this international conference on 16-17 March 2017.

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Annual Harrell-Bond Lecture

The Annual Harrell-Bond Lecture is named in honour of Dr Barbara Harrell-Bond, the founding Director of the Refugee Studies Centre. It is held each year in Michaelmas term.

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Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture

The Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture is held in Trinity term. It is named after Professor Elizabeth Colson, a renowned anthropologist.

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Public Seminar Series

Each term the RSC holds a series of public seminars, held on Wednesday evenings at Queen Elizabeth House.

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