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The Refugee Studies Centre was founded in 1982 at the University of Oxford.
The Refugee Studies Centre pursues three interrelated activities: research, teaching and dissemination. Research: The RSC provides multidisciplinary, independent and critical scholarship on factors determining and resulting from the forced displacement of populations. The Centre drives scholarship and social scientific debates on forced migration both through its own work and by encouraging collaboration between academics from a wide range of institutions and university departments. Teaching: The Centre’s teaching programme is designed to support and develop the next generation of scholars and thinkers, as well as to foster a culture of critical reflection within the wider humanitarian community. Dissemination: A varied portfolio of publications, information resources and networking initiatives promotes influential engagement with a full range of academics, policymakers and practitioners. Details of ongoing activities and achievements are presented in an annual Academic Record and termly newsletter.
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