Migration and Displacement Discussion Group

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Migration and Displacement are inherently complex issues, inviting approaches from each and every discipline. The Migration and Displacement Discussion group invites ANU researchers to come together to bridge our disciplinary divides and engage in a wider conversation.


What are the unintended consequences of Rohingya humanitarian aid on Bangladeshi host communities?

Yasmin Khan

More than 85 percent of the world’s protracted refugee situations (PRS) are hosted by developing countries in the Global South, where the burden of caring for refugees falls on the countries often...

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The Migration and Displacement Discussion Group held its first seminar on 24 May, delivered by Yasmin Khan from the University of Toronto. Yasmin presented her research on ‘The Unintended Consequences of Rohingya Humanitarian Aid on Bangladeshi Host Communities’. She has kindly shared her presentation with us, which can be downloaded here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JM1nrx73nTAaXe8idyvZoY0Lf9x753gN/view

APPS Policy Forum IN FOCUS: Refugee Week


Bina D'Costa

Professor Bina D'Costa

Bina is Professor in the Department of International Relations in the Coral Bell School. She is also CAP Associate Dean for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access.

At the height of...

Carly Gordyn

Carly Gordyn commenced her doctoral studies at ANU in early 2014. Her research examines the historical cooperation between Australia and Indonesia in managing irregular migration, specifically...

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Migration and Displacement Discussion Group
Department of International Relations
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