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Doing Business in Kakuma: Refugees, Entrepreneurship, and the Food Market

Report

Alexander Betts, Antonia Delius, Cory Rodgers, Olivier Sterck and Maria Stierna, (2019)

Refugee Economies in Addis Ababa: Towards Sustainable Opportunities for Urban Communities

Report

Alexander Betts, Leon Fryszer, Naohiko Omata and Olivier Sterck, (2019)

Refugee Economies in Dollo Ado: Development Opportunities in a Border Region of Ethiopia

Report

Alexander Betts, Raphael Bradenbrink, Jonathan Greenland, Naohiko Omata and Olivier Sterck, (2019)

The Kalobeyei Model: Towards Self-Reliance for Refugees?

Report

Alexander Betts, Naohiko Omata, Cory Rodgers, Olivier Sterck and Maria Stierna, (2019)

Research in Brief: Avoiding refugee status and alternatives to asylum

Research in Brief

Georgia Cole, (2019), RSC Research in Brief 14

Integration of resettled Syrian refugees in Oxford: preliminary study in 2018

Working paper

Naohiko Omata and Dunya Habash, with Nuha Abdo, (2019), RSC Working Paper Series, 129

Some other(ed) 'refugees'?: women seeking asylum under refugee and human rights law

Chapter

Catherine Briddick, (2019), Research Handbook on International Refugee Law, 281 - 294

Research in Brief: Exploring assumptions behind ‘voluntary’ returns from North Africa

Research in Brief

Anne-Line Rodriguez, (2019), RSC Research in Brief 13

Theorizing the refugee humanitarian-development nexus: a political-economy analysis

Journal article

Roger Zetter, (2019), Journal of Refugee Studies

In praise of dependencies: dispersed dependencies and displacement

Journal article

Evan Easton-Calabria and Maurice Herson, (2019), Disasters

Politics resettled: the case of the Palestinian diaspora in Chile

Working paper

Victor Beaume, (2019), RSC Working Paper Series, 128

Precarious workers and probationary wives: how immigration law discriminates against women

Journal article

Catherine Briddick, (2019), Social & Legal Studies

Education: needs, rights and access in displacement

Forced Migration Review

Marion Couldrey and Jenny Peebles (eds), (2019), Forced Migration Review, 60

Research in Brief: Venezuelan Survival Migration as a Development Opportunity

Research in Brief

Alexander Betts, (2019), RSC Research in Brief 12

Denationalisation and discrimination

Journal article

Matthew J Gibney, (2019), Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

Subversive Humanitarianism and Its Challenges: Notes on the Political Ambiguities of Civil Refugee Support

Chapter

Robin Vandevoordt and Gert Verschraegen, (2019), Refugee Protection and Civil Society in Europe, 101 - 128

The making of a transnational religion: Alevi movement in Germany and the World Alevi union

Journal article

Derya Özkul, (2019), British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

Refugee Economies in Uganda: What Difference Does the Self-Reliance Model Make?

Report

Alexander Betts, Imane Chaara, Naohiko Omata, Olivier Sterck, (2019)

Research in Brief: Uganda's Self-Reliance Model: Does it Work?

Research in Brief

Alexander Betts et al, (2019), RSC Research in Brief 11

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Forced Migration Review (FMR)

Forced Migration Review presents concise, accessible articles on forced migration in a magazine format.

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Journal of Refugee Studies (JRS)

The Journal of Refugee Studies provides a forum for exploration of the complex problems of forced migration.

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RSC research in brief Series

This series presents concise summaries of research in an accessible and engaging format.

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RSC Working Paper Series

This series is intended to aid the rapid distribution of research findings, work in progress, and special lectures.

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RSC Policy Briefing Series

This series seeks to stimulate debates on issues of key interest to researchers, policymakers and practitioners.

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Studies in Forced Migration

This book series is published by Berghahn Books, in association with the Refugee Studies Centre.

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