• Being outside Afghanistan, Afghan Migration

Being outside Afghanistan

An interdisciplinary workshop exploring everyday experiences of social becoming, self‐construction and resource mobilisation among Afghans abroad

Maps and directions

Oxford is just 60 miles away from London, and is well connected by bus and rail services to London itself and to the main airports (Heathrow, Gatwick and Luton).

St John’s College is in the heart of Oxford, with its main entrance located on the east side of St Giles, in the city centre. For more information please visit the University of Oxford Map.

Parking and Transport

Oxford is an historic, pedestrian-friendly city which is best explored on foot. A small amount of Pay-and-Display parking is available on St Giles, but visitors are encouraged to use our excellent Park-and-Ride bus facilities on the outskirts rather than bringing a car into the city centre.

Park-and-Ride facilities include Pear Tree on Woodstock Road (north); Water Eaton (north); Seacourt on Botley Road (west); Redbridge on Abingdon Road (south); and Thornhill on London Road (east). Please be aware that they, too, can be very limited both in terms of spaces and length of stay.

The College is only a ten minute walk from the train station and a five minute walk from the coach station so these may be easier options.


The Barn
St John’s College
St Giles, Oxford
United Kingdom

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