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COMPAS seeks Administrative Assistant

15 October 2012

COMPAS seeks to recruit an Administrative Assistant to work with the Centre‚Äôs Communications Team, the Migration Observatory and carry out general financial and administrative support for the centre.  More >

Vile liars and truth distorters

4 October 2012

Melanie Griffiths, DPhil student at COMPAS, has published an article in Anthropology Today, Volume 28, Issue 5.  More >

New webpage on Turkish migration

1 October 2012

The Turkish Migration Studies Group (TurkMiS) now has a dedicated webpage.  More >

AMICALL report launched in Brussels

26 September 2012

On Tuesday 25 September the AMICALL report was launched in Brussels.  More >

Days left to apply for Migration Observatory post

18 September 2012

The closing date for applications for the post Director of the Migration Observatory is in 6 days.  More >

Working Paper on Physical Integrity

12 September 2012

A new COMPAS Working Paper, "Physical Insecurity and Anti-Immigration Views in Western Europe", has been published. More >

Learn more about the Oxford MSc in Migration Studies

6 September 2012

A new podcast gives insight into the MSc in Migration Studies offered at Oxford University.  More >

Bastian Vollmer writes for the Atlantic Community

4 September 2012

Bastian Vollmer has written an opinion editorial for the think tank Atlantic Community.  More >

Seminar Series Michaelmas Term

3 September 2012

The COMPAS Seminar Series in Michaelmas runs under the theme "Journeys".  More >

Grant awarded for border security research

22 August 2012

Bastian Vollmer has been awarded a 3- year Fellowship by The Leverhulme Trust for research on border security.  More >

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