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Refugee Studies Centre

The Refugee Studies Centre (RSC) was established in 1982 as part of the Oxford Department of International Development (Queen Elizabeth House) at the University of Oxford. It has since won an international reputation as the leading multidisciplinary centre for research and teaching on the causes and consequences of forced migration. Its philosophy is to combine world-class academic research with a commitment to improving the lives and situations for some of the world’s most disadvantaged people. Website: www.rsc.ox.ac.uk/
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Refugee economies in Kenya

November 2016 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Country Reports

Forced Migration Review No. 53 - Local communities: first and last providers of protection

October 2016 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Country Reports

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

July 2016 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Thematic Reports

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

15 June 2016 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Thematic Reports

Forced Migration Review No. 52 - Thinking ahead: displacement, transition, solutions

May 2016 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Country Reports

Human mobility as a resource in conflict - The case of Syria

1 April 2016 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Country Reports

Human mobility as a resource in conflict

March 2016 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Country Reports

Forced Migration Review No. 51 - Destination: Europe

January 2016 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Country Reports

Forced Migration Review No. 50 - Dayton +20: Bosnia and Herzegovina twenty years on from the Dayton Peace Agreement

September 2015 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Country Reports

A critical approach to the production of academic knowledge on refugee integration in the global north

May 2015 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Regional Reports

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