Hilary 2020

Refugees and Host Communities: perspectives, evidence and thinking

Thursdays, 3:30 - 5:00
Seminar Room, 61 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6PE

Convened by: Centre on Migration, Policy & Society

The Hilary Term 2020 Seminar at COMPAS, is funded by the John Fell Fund as part of The Socio-Economic Impact of Refugees on Local Communities (SERLOCAL) project. For more information visit: https://www.econforced.com/serlocal

23 January – 12 March
Thursdays, 3:30 – 5:00

Free, no registration needed
All are welcome

Seminars

23 January

What Does ‘Social Cohesion’ Mean for Refugees and Hosts? Ethnographic Insights from Kakuma, Kenya

Cory Rodgers, Research Fellow in Forced Migration Studies, Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford

30 January

Informality and the Labour Market Effects of Mass Migration: Evidence from Syrian Refugees in Turkey

Gabriel Ullysea, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Oxford

06 February

Cooperation in a Fragmented Society: Experimental Evidence on Syrian Refugees and Natives in Lebanon

Bilal Malaeb, Research officer at the Institute of Global Affairs (IGA) at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

13 February

Understanding the Socioeconomic Profile of Refugees in Kalobeyei, Kenya

Theresa Beltramo, Senior Economist/Head of Analytics and Research Unit, UNHCR

20 February

The Impacts of Refugee Repatriation on Receiving Communities

Isabel Ruiz, Fellow in Economics, Harris Manchester College, Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford

27 February

The Impacts of Refugees beyond the Labour Markets in Africa

Jean-Francois Maystadt, Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Development Policy (IOB), University of Antwerp

05 March

The Ideal Refugee-Host? Questioning Uganda’s Self-reliance Strategy

Nao Omata, Associate Professor, Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford

12 March

Job Search Assistance for Refugees in Jordan: An Adaptive Field Experiment

Simon Quinn, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Oxford

Special Guest Seminars

Trinity Term 2019

In Discussion with Gulwali Passarlay

MSc. Student-led Series

Four one-off seminars

Trinity Term 2018

Beyond Impact?

Hilary Term 2018

Refugees and the Economy

Michaelmas Term 2017

Talking Oxford

Trinity Term 2017

Migration Research – where next?

Michaelmas Term 2016

Wellbeing and Migration in the UK

Michaelmas Term 2015

Arrival Cities

Michaelmas term 2014

Borders of the welfare state

Trinity term 2014

Boundaries of Freedom

Hilary term 2014

Rethinking Migration

Trinity term 2013

Migration Journeys

Seminar Series Michaelmas 2012

Everyday multiculturalism

Seminar Series Trinity 2012

Gender, Migration and Citizenship

Gender, Migration and Citizenship

Seminar Series Michaelmas 2009

Immigration and Low-wage Labour Markets

Immigration and Low-wage Labour Markets

Seminar Series Hilary Term 2009

Migration, Welfare and Inequalities

Migration, Welfare and Inequalities

Seminar Series Michaelmas Term 2008

Migration and Cultural Production

Migration and Cultural Production

Seminar Series Trinity Term 2008

Critical Epistemologies of Migration

Critical Epistemologies of Migration

Seminar Series Hilary Term 2008

New Trends in Contemporary Migration

New Trends in Contemporary Migration

Seminar Series Michaelmas Term 2007

Perspectives on African Migration

Perspectives on African Migration

Seminar Series Trinity Term 2007

States and Emigrants

States and Emigrants

Seminar Series Trinity Term 2006

Racism and the new immigration: theories and practices

Racism and the new immigration: theories and practices

Seminar Series Michaelmas Term 2005

The Anthropology of Migration and Multiculturalism

The Anthropology of Migration and Multiculturalism

Seminar Series Trinity Term 2005

Contemporary International Migration – Key Issues

Contemporary International Migration – Key Issues

Seminar Series Hilary Term 2005