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Number of items: 9.

Authored Books

Oeppen, Ceri (2010) Hopes, needs, rights, and laws: How do governments and citizens manage migration and settlement? New York: Crabtree.

Edited Book or Journal Volume

Oeppen, Ceri and Schlenkhoff, Angela, eds. (2010) Beyond ‘the Wild Tribes’: Understanding Modern Afghanistan and its Diaspora. London: Hurst; New York: University of Columbia Press.

Book Chapters

Oeppen, Ceri (2011) 'Afghan Immigrants.' In: Bayor, Ronald H., (ed.), Multicultural America: An Encyclopedia of the Newest Americans. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Oeppen, Ceri (2010) 'The Afghan diaspora and its involvement in the reconstruction of Afghanistan.' In: Oeppen, Ceri and Schlenkhoff, Angela, (eds.), Beyond ‘the Wild Tribes’: understanding modern Afghanistan and its diaspora. London: Hurst; New York: University of Columbia Press, pp. 141-156.

Oeppen, Ceri and Schlenkhoff, Angela (2010) 'Beyond "the wild tribes": working towards an understanding of contemporary Afghanistan.' In: Oeppen, Ceri and Schlenkhoff, Angela, (eds.), Beyond ‘the Wild Tribes’: understanding modern Afghanistan and its diaspora. London: Hurst; New York: University of Columbia Press, pp. 1-8.

Monographs and Working Papers

Collyer, Michael, Binaisa, Naluwembe, Qureshi, Kaveri, McLean Hilker, Lyndsay, Oeppen, Ceri, Vullnetari, Julie and Zeitlyn, Benjamin (2011) The impact of overseas conflict on UK communities. London: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Oeppen, Ceri (2010) Commentary on the April 2010 Country of Origin Information Report on Afghanistan. London: Independent Advisory Group on Country Information.

Oeppen, Ceri (2008) Afghan case study: Prepared for the Understanding Muslim Ethnic Communities project of the Change Institute. London: Change Institute. (Unpublished)

Oeppen, Ceri and Koser, Khalid (2004) Commentary on April 2004 Country Information and Policy Unit Report on Afghanistan. London: Advisory Panel on Country Information.

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