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OxMo Vol 4, No 1 focuses on both emergency and protracted situations of displacement experienced by a variety of populations

Highlights include an academic article investigating the failures of the current IDP response model via an analytic approach to the 'relief-development continuum'; a policy examination of the government of Kenya's response to urban refugees through the lens of Giorgio Agamben's 'state of exception'; and a Firsthand Monitor article featuring the personal account of an anonymous transgender Rwandan refugee currently living in Uganda. 

The Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration is a student-run journal, supported by the RSC, that seeks to engage with various aspects of forced migration through academic scholarship by students and recent graduates. 

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