The Dialogue in Migration and Refugee Studies is a lecture and seminar series hosted by the Migration and Refugees Research Network at Oxford Brookes University. It has received funding from Jean Monnet Actions, run under Erasmus+ by the European Union.

We have a new set of speakers covering a wide range of disciplines, including Criminology, History, Sociology, English Literature and NGO practitioners, among others.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr Esteban Devis-Amaya

All Lectures are held online at 5pm (UK time), through Zoom.

Past Events

Jean Monnet Postgraduate Summer School in Migration and Refugee Studies

In June 2023, the Migration and Refugee Studies Research Network of Oxford Brookes University held its inaugural postgraduate Summer School in Migration and Refugee Studies.

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Garden Party & Book Launch - Migration and Refugees Network

15 June 2023 - 15 June 2023

The Migration and Refugee Network Summer Garden Party & Book Launch event convenes on Thursday 15th June 2023.

Sexuality, Nationality and Asylum - The New Plan for Immigration

14 June 2023 - 14 June 2023

One-day Symposium

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Becoming adult on the move

2 May 2023 - 2 May 2023

Join us for a thought-provoking talk by Professor Nando Sigona on the transitions to adulthood of unaccompanied migrant minors in a hostile environment.

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Hostile: Documentary screening and Q&A

21 March 2023 - 21 March 2023

Hybrid event. Uncovering the impact of 'Hostile Environment' policies on migrants in the UK: join us for a screening of the BAFTA and BIFA longlisted documentary, Hostile.

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Human rights and the Sami People

20 March 2023 - 20 March 2023

Preserving the past, protecting the future: Join our discussion about threats facing the Sámi people today

The Art of Storytelling for Refugees in Britain

15 March 2023 - 15 March 2023

This lecture/seminar will use the performance poetry of the Women for Refugee Women drama group to examine the asylum process from a literary perspective.

Confronting the limits of refugees’ choices through interactive digital fiction

3 March 2023 - 3 March 2023

A lecture on role-playing gamification of refugee experiences.

Migration and Refugees Network Book Launch

9 February 2023 - 9 February 2023

The Oxford Brookes University Migration and Refugees network is hosting an event to launch three new books.