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23 Mar, 2016
Film by Olly Owen on W African Soldiers in WWII Wins Best Documentary at IWM Short Film Festival
We are delighted to announce that a short film about West African soldiers in World War II directed by ODID's Olly Owen has been named best documentary at the Imperial War Museum's 2016 Short Film Festival
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21 Mar, 2016
Indrajit Roy Attends OECD Meeting on Migration as Invited Expert
Indrajit Roy, ESRC Future Research Leader at ODID, participated as an invited discussant in an OECD Experts’ Meeting on International Migration in a Shifting World earlier this year
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18 Mar, 2016
Tristen Naylor Shortlisted for OUSU Teaching Award
We are delighted to announce that Dr Tristen Naylor, Departmental Lecturer in Diplomatic Studies at ODID, has been shortlisted in the Most Acclaimed Lecturer category in the OUSU Student-led Teaching Awards for 2016
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16 Mar, 2016
Alexander Betts Named 2016 Young Global Leader by World Economic Forum
We are delighted to announce that Professor Alexander Betts, Director of the Refugee Studies Centre at ODID, has been named one of the Young Global Leaders – Class of 2016 by the World Economic Forum
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4 Mar, 2016
Alexander Betts at TED2016: How We Can Fix Our Failing Refugee System
Last month, Alexander Betts, Director of the Refugee Studies Centre at ODID, gave a powerful talk on the refugee crisis in a packed closing session of the Read more ..

24 Feb, 2016
ODID Alumni Create New Open Access 'Beyond Trafficking and Slavery' E-Syllabus
Two ODID alumni, Neil Howard and Cameron Thibos, have created the world's first free, open access e-syllabus on forced labour, trafficking and slavery as a resource for activists, academics, trade unions, governments and NGOs at a time when efforts to understand and address these issues are intensifying
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