NEW ISSUE OXFORD MONITOR OF FORCED MIGRATION VOLUME 4, NUMBER 1

Announcement from Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration:

NEW ISSUE
OXFORD MONITOR OF FORCED MIGRATION
VOLUME 4, NUMBER 1

“We are very excited to announce that the Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration (OxMo) Volume 4, No. 1 is now online! You can access the issue online or download it as a PDF here: http://oxmofm.com/current-issue/

OxMo is an independent, student-run journal that seeks to engage with various aspects of forced migration through academic scholarship by students and recent graduates. The authors in this issue concentrate on both emergency and protracted situations of displacement for a variety of populations. Some highlights of this issue include an academic article investigating the failures of the current IDP response model via an analytic approach to the ‘relief-development continuum’; a policy examination of the government of Kenya’s response to urban refugees through the lens of Giorgio Agamben’s ‘state of exception’; and a Firsthand Monitor article featuring the personal account of an anonymous transgender Rwandan refugee currently living in Uganda. 

We would like to thank our authors and fellow editors for helping create this issue of OxMo. It was compiled by an editing team spanning multiple continents and contains work by authors from a diversity of nationalities, ranging from Nigeria to Venezuela to Canada; it is our hope that these articles will be read and shared just as widely.”
 
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
 
Evan Easton-Calabria & Nina Elizabeth Weaver
Co-Editors-in-Chief
Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration (OxMo)
oxmofm@googlemail.com  
http://oxmofm.com/

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