Forced Migration Review
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History and profile
It was founded in 1987 as the Refugee Participation Network newsletter. The first issue was published in November 1987. In April 1988 it was re-launched as Forced Migration Review. It is published by the University of Oxford's Refugee Studies Centre in four languages, namely English, Arabic, Spanish and French. It is also distributed without charge. It appears approximately three times a year, with occasional supplements and special issues. Most issues have a main theme and also carry some 'general articles' on other aspects of forced migration.
FMR provides a practice-oriented forum for debate on issues facing refugees and internally displaced persons in order to improve policy and practice and to involve refugees and IDPs in programme design and implementation.
- "Forced Migration Review launches 25th Anniversary collection". Refugee Studies Centre. 7 November 2012. Retrieved 25 December 2015.
- "About us". FM Review. Retrieved 2 July 2015.
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