Opportunities to get involved in Oxford Uni’s Refugee Studies Centre linked research

Dr Evan Easton-Calabria senior research officer at Oxford University’s Refugee Studies Centre is producing a digital exclusion case study, “RCO London landscape during the public health pandemic” by interviewing leaders of London Refugee Community Organisations, and paying £10 for their time where required. Email evan.easton-calabria@qeh.ox.ac.uk to find out more.

Dr Easton-Calabria is also the editor of the “Rethinking Refuge Platform”, a stand-alone website (linked to the RSC website) that provides short, topical, research-based articles that address reform needed in the international refugee regime and is looking for articles.

The articles should broadly relate to ‘rethinking’ a major structural issue/topic in refugee and forced migration today on one or more of the following themes:
•Humanitarianism
•Mobility
•Refugee agency
•Refugee economies
•Rethinking Emergencies and Crises
•The Syrian Refugee Crisis
•Protection
•Compliance
•Responsibility-sharing
Article Guidelines:-600-1,000 words, in accessible language (no jargon) Claims and arguments should be based on research (your own and secondary) and evidence rather than in an editorial or op-ed format. Full details here