Protracted Displacement in Asia: No Place to Call Home (Google eBook)

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Mr Howard Adelman
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Feb 28, 2013 - Law - 282 pages
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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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Contents

The Refugee and IDP Problem in Iraq
181
Better Approaches to Protracted Displacement?
209

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About the author (2013)

Howard Adelman is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at York University, Toronto. Professor Adelman was the founder and director of York University's Centre for Refugee Studies until the end of 1993. He is a leading scholar on refugee matters and is currently Research Professor, Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice & Governance, Griffith University. Professor Adelman has written extensively on the Middle East, humanitarian intervention, membership rights, ethics, early warning and conflict management, refugee repatriation, policy and resettlement.

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