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Refugee crisis, compassion and Eastern Europe

By Dace Dzenovska, Associate Professor in the Anthropology of Migration Losing Europeanness Every crisis dismantles and produces Europeanness anew. Greek Europeanness was recently questioned by the financial ‘core of Europe’ led by Germany because Greece refused to behave like a … Continue reading

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Twenty years later the refugees are back

By: Carlos Vargas Silva, Associate Professor and Senior Researcher at the Migration Observatory and Isabel Ruiz, Official Fellow and Tutor in Economics at Harris Manchester College In two recent papers we explored the long-term labour market consequences for Tanzanians of hosting refugees … Continue reading

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From the 2013 Syrian Refugee Conference to the 1938 Conference of Evian: How far have we come?

By: Franck Düvell, Senior Researcher The suffering and dying of Syrian and other Refugees on the outskirts of Europe and which lessons could be learned from the failure of the international community to rescue the European Jews?[1] – ‘The British … Continue reading

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On display in Stockholm

By: Bridget Anderson, Deputy Director and Senior Research Fellow Tribunal 12, modelled on the 1966 Russell Tribunal, was held in Stockholm on 12th May 2012. It accused Europe of continual violation of human rights and the systematic mistreatment of refugees, … Continue reading

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