Key websites for the study of Refugees and Migration
Center for Migration Studies
Includes the online catalogue of the CMS Documentation Center, and information about the Center and its publications.
Forced Migration Online: a world of information on human displacement
Digital library of over 3,000 full-text documents selected from the library of the Refugee Studies Centre at the University of Oxford and Tufts' University Fletcher School and Feinstein Famine Center
Global Migration and Gender Network
Provides a means for practitioners and researchers with an interest in gender and international migration to share information and ideas on a regular basis. Newsletter, full-text documents and links to other organizations and websites.
Human Trafficking Search
Specialist web portal maintained by the Washington-based Academy for Educational Development. Aims to offer students and researchers the ability to search quickly for internet resources on a range of topics relating to human trafficking, including child labour, forced migration, trafficking in women and children, sexual slavery.
IASFM: International Association for the Study of Forced Migration
IASFM brings together academics, practitioners and decision-makers working on forced migration issues.
ICAR and UNHCR Postgraduate Network
Joint initiative aiming to provide support and networking opportunities to postgraduate researchers and students working in the field of refugees and asylum seekers. Provides information on the aims and activities of the network, includes all its newsletters and a searchable directory of postgraduate researchers. Links to online resources relating to related social, political and legal issues, including ICAR statistics, documents and research reports.
Refugee Studies Centre - University of Oxford
The Refugee Studies Centre was founded in 1982 as part of the Oxford Department of International Development at the University of Oxford. Its purpose is to build knowledge and understanding of the causes and effects of forced migration in order to help improve the lives of some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
UNHCR: New issues in Refugee Research
A series of working papers launched in 1999.