Evan Easton-Calabria
Evan Easton-Calabria
Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford
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Panacea for the refugee crisis? Rethinking the promotion of ‘self-reliance’for refugees
E Easton-Calabria, N Omata
Third World Quarterly 39 (8), 1458-1474, 2018
Old concepts making new history: refugee self-reliance, livelihoods and the ‘refugee entrepreneur’
C Skran, E Easton-Calabria
Journal of Refugee Studies 33 (1), 1-21, 2020
The rhetoric and reality of localisation: refugee-led organisations in humanitarian governance
K Pincock, A Betts, E Easton-Calabria
The Journal of Development Studies 57 (5), 719-734, 2021
From bottom-up to top-down: The ‘pre-history’of refugee livelihoods assistance from 1919 to 1979
EE Easton-Calabria
Journal of Refugee Studies 28 (3), 412-436, 2015
The global governed?: refugees as providers of protection and assistance
K Pincock, A Betts, E Easton-Calabria
Cambridge University Press, 2020
Localising public health: refugee-led organisations as first and last responders in COVID-19
A Betts, E Easton-Calabria, K Pincock
World development 139, 105311, 2021
Refugees asked to fish for themselves’: The Role of Livelihoods Trainings for Kampala’s Urban Refugees
E Easton-Calabria
New Issues in Refugee Research 277, 2016
Micro-finance in refugee contexts: current scholarship and research gaps
E Easton-Calabria, N Omata
Refugee Studies Centre) Working Paper Series No 116, 2016
The effectiveness of forecast‐based humanitarian assistance in anticipation of extreme winters: a case study of vulnerable herders in Mongolia
C Gros, E Easton‐Calabria, M Bailey, K Dagys, EC de Perez, ...
Disasters 46 (1), 95-118, 2022
Refugee self-reliance: Moving beyond the marketplace
A Slaughter, AD Tiwari, C Wake, E Carpi, E Easton-Calabria, J Field, ...
University of Oxford, 2017
Bridging, bonding, and linking? Syrian refugee-led organisations and integration in Berlin
E Easton-Calabria, J Wood
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 47 (19), 4308-4326, 2021
In praise of dependencies: dispersed dependencies and displacement
E Easton‐Calabria, M Herson
Disasters 44 (1), 44-62, 2020
Managing multiple hazards: lessons from anticipatory humanitarian action for climate disasters during COVID-19
A Tozier de la Poterie, Y Clatworthy, E Easton-Calabria, ...
Climate and Development 14 (4), 374-388, 2022
Refugee-led responses in the fight against COVID-19: Building lasting participatory models
A Betts, E Easton-Calabria, K Pincock
Forced Migration Review, 2020
Verification of forecasts for extreme rainfall, tropical cyclones, flood and storm surge over Myanmar and the Philippines
D MacLeod, E Easton-Calabria, EC de Perez, C Jaime
Weather and climate extremes 33, 100325, 2021
Refugees, Self-Reliance, Development
E Easton-Calabria
Bristol University Press, 2022
Refugee-run organisations as partners in development
E Easton-Calabria
Forced Migration Review, 2016
Refugees as providers of protection and assistance
A Betts, K Pincock, E Easton-Calabria
RSC Research in Brief, https://bit. ly/31txeP5 (Accessed 16 October 2020), 2018
Developing ethical approaches to data and civil society: From availability to accessibility
E Easton-Calabria, WL Allen
Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 28 (1), 52-62, 2015
Refugee-led social protection: Reconceiving refugee assistance
E Easton-Calabria, K Pincock
Forced Migration Review, 2018
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