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Dawn chatty turkish government has been praiseworthy in approach to syrian refugee crisis

Dawn Chatty: Turkish government has been 'praiseworthy' in approach to Syrian refugee crisis

Media coverage

Professor Dawn Chatty discusses Turkey's response to the Syrian crisis for BBC Viewpoints article

Dawn chatty lack of funding biggest problem for syrian refugee crisis

Dawn Chatty: 'Lack of funding' biggest problem for Syrian refugee crisis

Media coverage

Professor Dawn Chatty talks to Al Jazeera about the escalating Syrian refugee crisis

Refugee routes naohiko omata and josiah kaplan

Refuge routes | Naohiko Omata and Josiah Kaplan

Blogs / articles

Dr Naohiko Omata and Dr Josiah Kaplan (Humanitarian Innovation Project) write for Makeshift Magazine on trade and the bustling exchange among different refugee groups in the Nakivale refugee settlement, Uganda

Diletta lauro wins msc 2012 13 best thesis prize

Diletta Lauro wins MSc 2012-13 Best Thesis Prize

General

We are delighted to announce that this year’s Best Thesis Prize has been awarded to Diletta Lauro

In memoriam belinda allan

In memoriam: Belinda Allan

General

Belinda Allan, who played an instrumental role in the establishment of the Refugee Studies Centre as its first Development Officer, has died, aged 77. She will be sadly missed

New asfari bursaries for the international summer school in forced migration

New Asfari bursaries for the International Summer School in Forced Migration

General

We are pleased to announce a three-year agreement with the Asfari Foundation to attract practitioners working on refugee-related issues from Palestine, Lebanon and Syria to attend the International Summer School on Forced Migration

Zaatari camp a snapshot of a simmering crisis dawn chatty

Za'atari camp: a snapshot of a simmering crisis | Dawn Chatty

Blogs / articles

Professor Dawn Chatty writes for Debating Development of her experience visiting the Za'atari camp, Jordan

Building a humanitarian solutions database louise bloom

Building a humanitarian solutions database | Louise Bloom

Videos

Louise Bloom discusses her role in building a database of innovative ideas that could be applied to humanitarian situations

Refugee livelihoods and private sector engagement in uganda naohiko omata

Refugee livelihoods and private sector engagement in Uganda | Naohiko Omata

Videos

Dr Naohiko Omata discusses his recent fieldwork in Kampala, Uganda, as part of the Humanitarian Innovation Project, researching refugee livelihoods and private sector engagement

Innovation technology and the private sector in refugee protection alexander betts

Innovation, technology and the private sector in refugee protection | Alexander Betts

Videos

Dr Alexander Betts introduces the Humanitarian Innovation Project, discussing the role of innovation, technology and the private sector in refugee protection

Development responses to forced migration roger zetter

Development responses to forced migration | Roger Zetter

Videos

Emeritus Professor Roger Zetter looks at re-framing humanitarian crises as development opportunities in an address to the 5th Wana Forum 2013

Survival migration and fragile states alexander betts

Survival migration and fragile states | Alexander Betts

Videos

Dr Alexander Betts outlines his project, 'Survival Migration and Fragile States', exploring new drivers of external displacement which fall outside the dominant legal framework

Forced migration in the middle east dawn chatty

Forced migration in the Middle East | Dawn Chatty

Videos

Professor Dawn Chatty discusses her research as a social anthropologist with a particular focus on forced migration in the Middle East

Governance and administration of justice in refugee camp settings kirsten mcconnachie

Governance and administration of justice in refugee camp settings | Kirsten McConnachie

Videos

Dr Kirsten McConnachie discusses her research taking a broad comparative approach to refugee self-governance and justice using a mix of criminology, anthropology of law and materials from forced migration studies

Syrian tribes national politics and the uprising dawn chatty

Syrian tribes, national politics and the uprising | Dawn Chatty

Blogs / articles

Professor Dawn Chatty writes for Debating Development on Bedouin tribes and the Syrian uprising

Family ties remittances and support in puntland and somaliland laura hammond

Family ties: remittances and support in Puntland and Somaliland | Laura Hammond

Podcasts

Listen to the 29 May 2013 seminar by Dr Laura Hammond (School of Oriental and African Studies), part of the Trinity term 2013 Public Seminar Series

Call for papers refugee voices

Call for papers: Refugee Voices

Calls for papers

Please note, this call for papers has now closed

Survival migration failed governance and the crisis of displacement alexander betts

Survival migration: failed governance and the crisis of displacement | Alexander Betts

Podcasts

Listen to the 16 October seminar by Dr Alexander Betts (University of Oxford), part of the Michaelmas term 2013 Public Seminar Series

Opportunities and risk enacting socio cultural transformation in refugee camps in uganda tania kaiser

Opportunities and risk: enacting socio-cultural transformation in refugee camps in Uganda | Tania Kaiser

Podcasts

Listen to the 24 April seminar by Dr Tania Kaiser (School of Oriental and African Studies), part of the Trinity term 2013 Public Seminar Series

Evidence about torture in the uk asylum system toby kelly

Evidence about torture in the UK asylum system | Toby Kelly

Podcasts

Listen to the 15 May seminar by Dr Toby Kelly (University of Edinburgh), part of the Trinity term 2013 Public Seminar Series

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