Ceri Oeppen
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Migrant balancing acts: understanding the interactions between integration and transnationalism
MB Erdal, C Oeppen
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39 (6), 867-884, 2013
3442013
Forced to leave? The discursive and analytical significance of describing migration as forced and voluntary
MB Erdal, C Oeppen
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44 (6), 981-998, 2018
1642018
A stranger at ‘home’: interactions between transnational return visits and integration for Afghan‐American professionals
C Oeppen
Global Networks 13 (2), 261-278, 2013
752013
The Tactics of Asylum and Irregular Migrant Support Groups: Disrupting Bodily, Technological, and Neoliberal Strategies of Control
N Gill, D Conlon, I Tyler, C Oeppen
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (2), 373-381, 2014
682014
The business of child detention: charitable co-option, migrant advocacy and activist outrage
I Tyler, N Gill, D Conlon, C Oeppen
Race & Class 56 (1), 3-21, 2014
642014
A stranger at home: integration, transnationalism and the Afghan elite
C Oeppen
University of Sussex, 2009
332009
Possibilities and realities of return migration
J Carling, M Bolognani, MB Erdal, RT Ezzati, C Oeppen, E Paasche, ...
Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), 2015
232015
‘Leaving Afghanistan! Are You Sure?’ European Efforts to Deter Potential Migrants Through Information Campaigns
C Oeppen
Human Geography 9 (2), 57-68, 2016
212016
3 Refugees
R Black, C Oeppen
The companion to development studies, 525-528, 2014
192014
The Afghan diaspora and its involvement in the reconstruction of Afghanistan
C Oeppen
University of Columbia Press, 2010
192010
Networks of asylum support in the UK and USA: A handbook of ideas, strategies and best practice for asylum support groups in a challenging social and economic climate
N Gill, D Conlon, C Oeppen, I Tyler
University of Exeter, steedee. files. wordpress. com/2012/03/networks-of …, 2012
162012
Beyond ‘the Wild Tribes’: Understanding Modern Afghanistan and its Diaspora
C Oeppen, A Schlenkhoff
University of Columbia Press, 2010
12*2010
Forced to return? Agency and the role of post-return mobility for psychosocial wellbeing among returnnes to Afghanistan, Pakistan and Poland
MB Erdal, C Oeppen
Return Migration and Psychosocial Wellbeing: Discourses, Policy-Making and …, 2017
112017
Impact as odyssey
D Conlon, N Gill, I Tyler, C Oeppen
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 13 (1), 33-38, 2014
112014
Beyond" the wild tribes": working towards an understanding of contemporary Afghanistan
C Oeppen, A Schlenkhoff
University of Columbia Press, 2010
11*2010
The impact of overseas conflict on UK communities
M Collyer, N Binaisa, K Qureshi, L McLean Hilker, C Oeppen, J Vullnetari, ...
Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2011
62011
Can Afghans Reintegrate after Assisted Return from Europe? Insights from the Project ‘Possibilities and Realities of Return Migration’
C Oeppen, N Majidi
Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) Policy Brief 7, 2015, 2015
52015
Review of the evidence of the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of interventions to address differences in the uptake of immunisations (including targeted vaccines) in …
J Tuckerman, S Rajesh, C Oeppen, N Balachander, A Bancsi, P Jacklin, ...
London: National Collaborating Centre for Women’s and Children’s Health, 2008
52008
Going public: reflections on predicaments and possibilities in public research and scholarship
D Conlon, N Gill, I Tyler, C Oeppen
The Entrepreneurial University, 185-201, 2014
22014
Afghan Immigrants
C Oeppen
Multicultural America: An Encyclopedia of the Newest Americans 1, 1, 2011
12011
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