|Author:||Tim Allen,Hubert Morsink|
|Title:||When Refugees Go Home: African Experiences|
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|Publisher:||Africa World Pr; First Edition edition (September 1, 1994)|
It is less well known that there are milions of refugees who have returned home. This book puts these 'returnees' on the map, documenting some of what happens to people when they go back to their countries of origin and start to pick up the pieces of their lives. Published in association with UNRISD; North America: Africa World Press. Related PDF to When Refugees Go Home: African Experiences by Hubert Morsink,Tim Allen.
Repatriation and Resistance: Ukrainian Refugees and Displaced Persons in Occupied Germany and Austria. UN Administration of Return and Fighter Flare-ups in Namibia (1990). When Refugees Go Home. Post-Lancaster House: Return to Zimbabwe. Solutions to the Problem of Refugees and the Protection of Refugees: a Background Paper. Voluntary Repatriation Programmes for African Refugees: a Critical Examination. Ex-Detainees in Namibia.
Allen, Tim and Hubert Morsink (ed. The Desire To Return: An Examination of the Effects of the Experiences of Zimbabwean Refugees in the Neighbouring Countries on Their Repatriation at the End of the Liberation War. Paper Presented at the Symposium on Social and Economic Aspects of Mass Voluntary Return of Refugees From One African Country to Another.
there are millions of refugees who have returned home. Yet very little has been written about what happens to people after they go back to their countries and begin to pick up the pieces. It is less known that there are millions of refugees who have returned home.
com Product Description (ISBN 085255222X, Paperback). It is well known that there are millions of refugees in Africa. It is less well known that there are milions of refugees who have returned home.
When Refugees Go Home book. A detailed analysis of the hie of refugees after repatriation. Start by marking When Refugees Go Home: African Experiences as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
Patricia Weiss Fagen. Refugees and IDPs after Conflict. Why They Do Not Go Home. Programs to return refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) to their homes after conflict, implemented by national authorities with international support, frequently leave far too many without viable futures. This report outlines the experiences of four countries of significant international con-cern. 2. The themes briefly elaborated here about the political, economic, and psychological challenges of the returning African refugees have been covered in Tim Allen and Hubert Morsink, ed. When Refugees Go Home (Geneva: UNRISD, 1994).
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Refugees have to build up a new life in a camp, and the new ‘society’ is likely to be different from the one they came from, with different rules and changed values. Among various examples of deviant behaviour child marriages were the most remarkable. Export citation Request permission. New York: Holt Rinehart & Winston. Kabera, J. and Muyanja, C. 1994. Homecoming in the Luwero triangle’, in Allen, T. and Morsink, H. (eds), When Refugees Go Home, pp. 96–104. London: UNRISD/James Currey.
and H. Morsink (ed. (1994) When Refugees go Home, London, James Currey and Trenton, Africa World Press. Black, R. and K. Koser (ed. (1998) The End of the Refugee Cycle?