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Contested evolution of nutrition for humanitarian and development ends

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Susanne Jaspars, Tom Scott-Smith and Elizabeth Hull, (2018), RSC Working Paper Series, 125

Follow-Up Study on the Role of UNIDO’s Training on the Economic Reintegration of Repatriated Refugees in Liberia

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Naohiko Omata and Noriko Takahashi , (2017), Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Working Paper Series, UNIDO, WP 10

Researching forced migration: critical reflections on research ethics during fieldwork

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Ulrike Krause, (2017), RSC Working Paper Series, 123

The history of global migration governance

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Alexander Betts and Lena Kainz, (2017), RSC Working Paper Series, 122

#AlanKurdi: Presentation and dissemination of images of suffering on Twitter

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Joshua Aiken, Hannes Einsporn, Monica Greco, Rachel Landry, and Angela Navarro Fusillo, (2017), RSC Working Paper Series, 121

Refugee economies in Kenya: preliminary study in Nairobi and Kakuma camp

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Naohiko Omata, (2016), RSC Working Paper Series, 120

The ‘humanitarian smuggling’ of refugees: criminal offence or moral obligation?

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Rachel Landry, (2016), RSC Working Paper Series, 119

From returnees to citizens? The case of minority repatriations to Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Hannes Einsporn, (2016), RSC Working Paper Series, 118

Refugees’ Right to Work and Access to Labor Markets – An Assessment. Part I: Synthesis

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Roger Zetter and Héloïse Ruaudel, (2016), KNOMAD Working Paper and Study Series

Refugees’ Right to Work and Access to Labor Markets – An Assessment. Part II: Country Cases

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Roger Zetter and Héloïse Ruaudel, (2016), KNOMAD Working Paper and Study Series

Performing the human: refugees, the body, and the politics of universalism

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Moe Suzuki, (2016), RSC Working Paper Series, 117

Micro-finance in refugee contexts: current scholarship and research gaps

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Evan Easton-Calabria and Naohiko Omata, (2016), RSC Working Paper Series, 116

Human mobility as a resource in conflict: the case of Syria

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Diana Ihring, (2016), RSC Working Paper Series, 115

Militaries and humanitarian innovation: opportunities and risks

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Josiah Kaplan and Evan Easton-Calabria, (2016), RSC Working Paper Series, 113

‘Refugees asked to fish for themselves’: the role of livelihoods trainings for Kampala’s urban refugees

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Evan Easton-Calabria, (2016), New issues in refugee research, Research Paper no. 277

Dilemmas of representation: organisations’ approaches to portraying refugees and asylum seekers

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Mackenzie Green, Andonis Marden, Maira Seeley, and Kristiina Wells, (2015), RSC Working Paper Series, 112

Assessing economic impacts of hosting refugees: conceptual, methodological and ethical gaps

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Naohiko Omata and Nina Weaver, (2015), RSC Working Paper Series, 111

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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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