Oxford Diasporas Programme

11 projects on the impacts of diasporas

African Diasporas Within Africa Hadrami Diaspora in the Indian Ocean Diaspora and Creolization Diasporas of East London Engagement in War-Torn Societies Diaspora engagement policies The Nation Outside the State Stateless Diasporas Diasporas, Trade and Trust Diaspora Youth

Building on Oxford's strength in migration studies, the Oxford Diasporas Programme (ODP) includes researchers from Oxford's three migration research centres and other departments across the University. Administrative support, communications and the website are generously provided by the International Migration Institute. The programme is funded by the Leverhulme Trust from 2011 to 2015.

ODP consists of 11 projects looking at the social, economic, political and cultural impact of diasporas (transnational communities of people dispersed from their homeland) through a range of disciplinary perspectives and research methods. The projects cover case studies from both the global North and South.

We are interested in the connections between people who migrate to other countries and those who stay at home. What effects do these connections have on people in the country of origin, people in the country of destination, and on the migrants themselves?

Latest news

13 May 2014

New Handbook of Refugee and Forced Migration Studies will be published in June 2014, receive a 30% discount by pre-ordering before 31 May 2014!

09 May 2014

Call for Artists -Exploring Diaspora through the Arts: An event to explore and display the role of the arts in understanding, expressing and experiencing diaspora on 1 Novembre 2014.

05 May 2014

Diasporas Photography Competition now open! Enter online by 29 August 2014 to win prizes of £250, £100 and £50.

04 March 2014

'Remembering' Ethiopia - A photo essay by Alpha Abebe includes a selection of images taken in Ethiopia while travelling there for her doctoral fieldwork in 2013

28 February 2014

ODP team contribute articles to a migration anthology published by COMPAS to coincide with its ten year anniversary.


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