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7 Jul, 2014
International Summer School in Forced Migration Opens
The International Summer School in Forced Migration, orgnasied by the Refugee Studies Centre to foster dialogue between academics, practitioners and policymakers working to improve the situation of refugees and other forced migrants, opens at ODID today
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4 Jul, 2014
MSc in Economics for Development Prizes 2014
Congratulations to the following students of the MSc in Economics for Development who have been awarded prizes in 2014: George Webb Medley Prize for Best Overall Performance: Zara Majeed, Linacre College George Webb Medley Prize (proxime accessit): Hannah Uckat, Balliol College Luca D’Agliano Prize for Best Extended Essay: Michael Dawes, St Hugh’s College Arthur Lewis Prize for Excellence in Development Economics: Christopher Starmans, Green Templeton College
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4 Jul, 2014
DPhil Student Sarah-Jane Cooper-Knock Appointed Lecturer at Edinburgh University
We are delighted to announce that Sarah-Jane Cooper-Knock, who is completing her DPhil at ODID, has been appointed Lecturer in International Development at Edinburgh University
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4 Jul, 2014
Miles Tendi Writes on Tony Blair and Military Intervention for the Guardian
ODID's Miles Tendi has written an article for the Guardian examining the recent criticism of former UK prime minister Tony Blair's role as Middle East peace envoy
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4 Jul, 2014
New Book: Oxford Handbook of Refugee and Forced Migration Studies
The Oxford Handbook of Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, a comprehensive and cutting-edge overview of the key intellectual, political, social and institutional challenges arising from mass displacement in the world today, has now been published by Oxford University Press
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3 Jul, 2014
Former ODID DPhil Student Tom Scott-Smith Appointed Lecturer at Bristol University
We are delighted to announce that Tom Scott-Smith, who completed his DPhil at ODID in April, has been appointed Lecturer in Politics at the University of Bristol
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