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Should humanitarian organisations help with coerced repatriation? | Dr Mollie Gerver

Should humanitarian organisations help with coerced repatriation? | Dr Mollie Gerver

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 17 May seminar, part of the Trinity term 2017 Public Seminar Series

Nostalgia and Legitimacy: Understanding the Externalization of European Migration Policy | Professor Thomas Spijkerboer

Nostalgia and Legitimacy: Understanding the Externalization of European Migration Policy | Professor Thomas Spijkerboer

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture held on 10 May

Sectarianization: Mapping the New Politics of the Middle East | Book launch

Sectarianization: Mapping the New Politics of the Middle East | Book launch

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of this event on 9 May, with editors Nader Hashemi and Danny Postel

Refugees and the politics of indignity | Professor David Owen

Refugees and the politics of indignity | Professor David Owen

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 3 May seminar, part of the Trinity term 2017 Public Seminar Series

The Syrian internal displacement | Dr Leïla Vignal

The Syrian internal displacement | Dr Leïla Vignal

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 1 March seminar, part the Hilary term 2017 Public Seminar Series

Syrian trajectories: from local revolutionary actors to exiled humanitarian workers | Dr Laura Ruiz de Elvira Carrascal

Syrian trajectories: from local revolutionary actors to exiled humanitarian workers | Dr Laura Ruiz de Elvira Carrascal

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 15 February seminar, part the Hilary term 2017 Public Seminar Series

The struggle for Syria | Professor Ziad Majed

The struggle for Syria | Professor Ziad Majed

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 8 February seminar, part the Hilary term 2017 Public Seminar Series

Syria and its refugees: a historical perspective | Professor Dawn Chatty

Syria and its refugees: a historical perspective | Professor Dawn Chatty

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 18 January seminar, part the Hilary term 2017 Public Seminar Series

Lessons from 15 years of post-disaster shelter reconstruction projects in India | Tom Newby

Lessons from 15 years of post-disaster shelter reconstruction projects in India | Tom Newby

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 23 November seminar, part the Michaelmas term 2016 Public Seminar Series

Complicit or emancipatory? Architecture, space and design in humanitarian operations | Camillo Boano

Complicit or emancipatory? Architecture, space and design in humanitarian operations | Camillo Boano

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 16 November seminar, part the Michaelmas term 2016 Public Seminar Series

Shelter in flux | Cathrine Brun (Oxford Brookes University)

Shelter in flux | Cathrine Brun (Oxford Brookes University)

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 30 November seminar, closing the Michaelmas term 2016 Public Seminar Series

Reporting refugees: what a journalist learnt on the migration trails to Europe | Annual Harrell-Bond Lecture 2016

Reporting refugees: what a journalist learnt on the migration trails to Europe | Annual Harrell-Bond Lecture 2016

Podcasts Events

Listen to the podcast of the Annual Harrell-Bond Lecture given by Patrick Kingsley on 26 October

Emergency shelter: reflections on a new European infrastructure | Tom Scott-Smith

Emergency shelter: reflections on a new European infrastructure | Tom Scott-Smith

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 12 October seminar, opening the Michaelmas term 2016 Public Seminar Series

Imagining the refugee camp: are camps good for families? | Tania Kaiser

Imagining the refugee camp: are camps good for families? | Tania Kaiser

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 8 June seminar, closing the Trinity term 2016 Public Seminar Series

Debate: Tradable refugee-admission quotas, matching, and EU asylum policy

Debate: Tradable refugee-admission quotas, matching, and EU asylum policy

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 24 May special seminar with Professor Hillel Rapoport and Dr Will Jones

‘Food is the best medicine’: displacement, return and food (in)security in the Horn of Africa | Dr Laura Hammond

‘Food is the best medicine’: displacement, return and food (in)security in the Horn of Africa | Dr Laura Hammond

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 1 June seminar, part of the Trinity term 2016 Public Seminar Series

Camps as containment: a genealogy of the refugee camp | Dr Kirsten McConnachie

Camps as containment: a genealogy of the refugee camp | Dr Kirsten McConnachie

Podcasts

Listen to the podcast of the 11 May seminar, part of the Trinity term 2016 Public Seminar Series

Peaceland: Conflict resolution and the everyday politics of international intervention | Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture 2016

Peaceland: Conflict resolution and the everyday politics of international intervention | Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture 2016

Podcasts Events

Listen to the podcast of the Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture given by Dr Séverine Autesserre on 4 May

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