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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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Protracted Sahrawi displacement: Challenges and opportunities beyond encampment

May 2011 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Research, Background and Discussion Papers

Forced Migration Research and Policy: Overview of current trends and future directions

April 2011 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Research, Background and Discussion Papers

Protecting environmentally displaced people: Developing the capacity of legal and normative frameworks

February 2011 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Research, Background and Discussion Papers

Protecting Palestinian children from political violence: The role of the international community

September 2010 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Research, Background and Discussion Papers

Iraq's refugees - beyond 'tolerance'

December 2009 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Research, Background and Discussion Papers

Statelessness, protection and equality

September 2009 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Research, Background and Discussion Papers

Development assistance and refugees: Towards a North-South grand bargain?

September 2009 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Research, Background and Discussion Papers

Environmentally displaced people: Understanding the linkages between environmental change, livelihoods and forced migration

1 November 2008 | Publisher: Refugee Studies Centre | Document type: Research, Background and Discussion Papers

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