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Refugee Livelihoods: Challenges & Solutions

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Alexander Betts (Director, Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford), Nivedita Monga (Deputy Country Director, Jordan, Oxfam) and Darren Evans (Global Adviser, Fragile & Conflict Affected States, Oxfam) discuss Refugee Livelihoods, providing a unique insight into the challenges, and their solutions, facing those responding to the crisis.

Alexander Betts is Leopold Muller Associate Professor in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, Director of the Humanitarian Innovation Project and author of books including ‘Refuge: Transforming a Broken Refugee System’, ‘Survival Migration: Failed Governance and the Crisis of Displacement’ and the recently published report ‘Refugee Economies: Rethinking Popular Assumptions’.

Nivedita Monga, Deputy Country Director in Jordan (Oxfam) will join the discussion to share fresh insight and a unique perspective, from her personal experience working in Amman and the wider region.

Darren Evans advises the development of Oxfam’s Emergency Food Security and Vulnerable Livelihoods programs in conflict and fragile state contexts. Darren’s wealth of experience and expertise includes advisory roles with Department for International Development, Action Aid and Concern Worldwide.

The world is facing an extraordinary crisis. More than 65 million people have been forced to flee their homes by deadly conflict and violence - a crisis bigger than any of its kind since the Second World War. A worldwide emergency that demands an international response and a global solution.

On World Refugee Day Oxfam is hosting three unique webinars to explore how we as a global community need to change our response to the ongoing global refugee crisis.

Please register your attendance here, to receive details for joining this online event.

An email with a link for the webinar will be sent to you by Oxfam before 20 June. If you have any questions before then please contact Tim Brown on +44 (0) 1865 47 2486 /

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