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11 Nov 2016 description

New working paper on refugee economies in Kenya

This latest RSC working paper by Dr Naohiko Omata is based on preliminary fieldwork in Kenya conducted as part of ‘Refugee Economies’ research led by the Humanitarian Innovation Project (HIP). The research strand of refugee economies at the RSC is driven by an imminent need to better understand and support the economic lives of refugees.

20 Jun 2014 description

‘Networked, online and trading’: Yes, we’re talking about refugees, says study

A report published today shows that refugees can have a positive economic impact on host countries

31 Oct 2013 description

1 Introduction

Background of the Humanitarian Innovation Project This working paper is drawn from the seven-week mission in Uganda as a preliminary study of the Humanitarian Innovation Project (HIP) based at the Refugee Studies Centre at the University of Oxford. HIP seeks to research the role of technology, innovation and the private sector in refugee assistance.