Ten Twitter Accounts to understand the Current Refugee Crises

Ten Twitter Accounts to understand the Current Refugee Crises

  1. @OXMOFm The Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration (OxMo) is an independent publication dedicated to protecting and advancing the human rights of forced migrants.
  2. @MigrMatters Migration Matter works to create a more open and evidence-based conversation on migration through short, accessible video lectures delivered to your inbox.
  3. @PatrickKingsley Patrick Kingsley is the Guardian’s migration correspondent
  4. @refugeesdeeply A project to bring light to the worldwide surge in refugees, from the creators of @SyriaDeeply
  5. @alexander_betts Alexander Betts is Professor at Oxford and Director of the Refugee Studies Centre.
  6. @FitzGeraldUCSD David Fitzgerald is Professor of Sociology and CoDirector Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, University of California, San Diego
  7. @RefugeeData News from the Calais camps, filling the gaps in #refugeedata
  8. @ColinYeo1 Colin Yeo Immigration and asylum barrister, blogger and campaigner at Garden Court Chambers and blogs regularly on a broad range of matters from the legal perspective of asylum
  9. @mobilitymuse Katy Long Writer and Researcher on migration and refugee issues, author of The Huddled Masses and visiting scholar at Stanford
  10. @MSF_Sea Live updates from MSF projects assisting migrants and refugees in Europe and in the Mediterranean Sea
But How Can I Trust You?

But How Can I Trust You?

History of Art and Literature | Helping to Understand Mass Migration

History of Art and Literature | Helping to Understand Mass Migration