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Forced Migration Online offers a collection of audio podcasts that can be downloaded for free and listened to either on your computer or on the move. The podcast series includes lectures from forced migration events and discussions between experts on forced migration issues from academia, practitioner organizations and international agencies.

Please note: this resource is no longer being updated. For recent podcasts from the Refugee Studies Centre, please visit the RSC website.

Faith-based Humanitarianism

Faith-based Humanitarianism

Faith-based humanitarianism (Running time: 32 minutes)
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Rwanda and the Great Lakes

Rwanda and the Great Lakes

Rwanda and the Great Lakes: A personal view from the Oxfam Archive (Running time: 35 minutes)
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Sudan in the late 1980s

Sudan in the late 1980s

Sudan in the late 1980s: A personal view from the Oxfam Archive (Running time: 33 minutes)
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RSC Summer School 2010

RSC Summer School 2010

International Summer School in Forced Migration 2010: Endnote Lecture (Running time: 27 minutes)
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Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture 2010

Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture 2010

Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture 2010 (Running time: 67 minutes)
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Relocation of Uyghur Women in China

Relocation of Uyghur Women in China

The Relocation of Young Uyghur Women in China (Running time: 32 minutes)
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How to Listen

Podcasts can be listened to in-page by clicking on the play button on the Soundcloud player. You can also download an MP3 file of the podcast by clicking on the download link in the player. Subscribe to our podcast series via Soundcloud.

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Forced Migration Online podcasts are also available free of charge via the iTunes store.

Last updated Feb 20, 2014