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Linguistic hypocrisy: Rhetoric on refugees

"Refugees are considered political problems; they are viewed as contentious, voter-dividing subjects"

The Dark Review – ‘calls our attention to the othering of refugees’

Taiwo Oyebola finds that poet Nick Makoha's new play uncovers the stark realities of a refugee's journey.

Somerville all-women panel highlights plight of female refugees

The World Refugee Day discussion comes in a series of panels aiming to give women a greater platform

Syrian refugee receives offer from Balliol

Sulaiman Wihba described the news of his offer as "unbelievable"

Council to extend Syrian refugee scheme

Councillors are to approve the resettlement of ten more families in the city

The Jungle review- ‘an incredible, heart-wrenching story’

Lucy Miles is left awe-struck and moved by the story of a Refugee camp in the Young Vic's new play, The Jungle

Oxford gifts nineteenth-century violin to Syrian refugee

A 14 year old refugee has been lent the historic violin from the Bate Collection for ten years

Something to take away from Rio

Xavier Greenwood praises the Games' worldwide revelation of sport's benefits for refugees

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