Protracted Displacement in Asia: No Place to Call Home (Google eBook)
Mr Howard Adelman
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Feb 28, 2013 - Law - 282 pages
In a protracted displacement situation, refugees are sequestered in camps without right of mobility or employment; their lives remain on hold and stagnate in a state of limbo for a long period. Featuring case studies by experts in the field, this book reviews the situation and results of research and policies that have left refugees as a forgotten group in protracted situations.
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The Fleeing People of South Asia: Selections from Refugee Watch
Sibaji Pratim Basu
Limited preview - 2009
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