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Refugee repatriation

Henrik Fosseldorff

Refugee repatriation

a selected and annotated bibliography

by Henrik Fosseldorff

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  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Danish Refugee Council, Documentation Centre in Copenhagen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Refugees -- International cooperation -- Bibliography.,
  • Repatriation -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementHenrik Fosseldorff, Camilla Madsen.
    ContributionsMadsen, Camilla., Dansk flygtningehjælp. Documentation Centre.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV640.Z99 F67 1994x
    The Physical Object
    Pagination60 p. ;
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20309171M
    ISBN 108777102134

    The Haitian refugee crisis that began in , saw the US Coast Guard collect Haitian refugees and take them to a refugee camp at Guantanamo Bay. They were fleeing by boat after Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the democratically elected president of Haiti, was overthrown and the military government was persecuting his followers. The first camp reached a maximum of 12, people. The book offers a powerful challenge to the idea of repatriation of refugees as a solution, by raising quest ions of what we mean by repatriation. For the people, who are now those of Ada Bai, it meant going to a strange place, to start a new life: the beginning of a process.

    This is a book about the world’s largest refugee camp, Dadaab. It’s a camp of about , people in eastern Kenya, full of Somali refugees. It’s been there for thirty years. It’s a tale of nine visits to the camp. Although most refugees are in urban areas, long-term refugee status is often associated with refugee . Gorman pays special attention to refugee policies of the U.S. government, which have dominated the refugee assistance network since World War II. The book, however, is much more than a systematic analysis of contemporary refugee affairs; by referring to great literature, history, and political philosophy, it illustrates how the problem of exile.

    Refugee Children: Guidelines on Protection and Care Preface the protection and care of refugee children. This book was also written with Governments in mind. These Guidelines will help countries of origin and staff members working in repatriation situations on both sides of the border generously shared their experience, thus providing a. In practice, we promote and facilitate voluntary repatriation through various means, including organizing "go-and-see" visits for refugees, compiling updated information on their country and region of origin, engaging in peace and reconciliation activities, promoting housing and property restitution, and providing return assistance and legal.


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‘This is the most important Refugee repatriation book on refugee repatriation in the last decade. Megan Bradley’s argument for more just return for refugees, made on both a moral and legal basis, and illustrated with detailed case studies from around the world, is likely significantly to transform international norms and practice, as well as revitalize research Cited by: Using case studies from Guatemala, Bosnia and Mozambique, this book explores refugee repatriation as a critical challenge for peacebuilding, transitional justice Refugee repatriation book reconciliation.

About the Author Megan Bradley is an Assistant Professor in Conflict Studies at Saint Paul University and a Fellow in the Foreign Policy Program at the Brookings Cited by:   Voluntary repatriation is now the predominant solution to refugee crises, yet the responsibilities states of origin bear towards their repatriating citizens are under-examined.

Through a combination of legal and moral analysis and case studies of the troubled repatriation movements to Guatemala, Bosnia and Mozambique, Megan Bradley develops and refines an original account of the. "This is the most important book on refugee repatriation in the last decade. Megan Bradley's argument for more just return for refugees, made on both a moral and legal basis, and illustrated with detailed case studies from around the world, is likely significantly to transform international norms and practice, as well as revitalize research on Manufacturer: Cambridge University Press.

However, over the past 25 years, the repatriation of refugees and the rectification of past injustices have emerged as multifaceted, pressing challenges for state policymakers and humanitarian. Ethical Repatriation. Given these findings, a number of policy changes should be instituted to ensure a more ethical repatriation policy for NGOs and UNHCR.

First, agencies should invest their resources in lobbying for the end of coercive policies, and helping refugees in. This book explores the notion that the Palestinian refugee case is exceptional through the comparative study of refugee repatriation, and asks: To what extent can the Palestinian case be said to be unique.

Where are the divergences, the overlaps and points of similarity with other refugee situations. What lessons can be drawn from these Brand: Taylor And Francis. Find this book: With forced migration becoming an increasingly discussed topic in political theory, The Ethics and Practice of Refugee Repatriation by Mollie Gerver offers a deep dive into one of the most morally troubling features of refugee policy: repatriation.

Gerver defines repatriation as a refugee’s movement to ‘countries from which. Frequently, in this context, repatriation appears to address ‘the refugee problem’, i.e.

the political and institutional challenges that the refugees pose, rather than the refugees’ problems, that is, the struggles of refugees to create a secure life for themselves, whether that be in the country of origin or elsewhere (Harrell-Bond This article discusses the principles of voluntariness, safety, and dignity in the context of refugee repatriation.

It begins by setting out the applicable legal framework, and discusses how that framework has been elaborated upon and refined since The article then discusses how the principles of voluntariness, safety, and dignity have, in practice, been applied (or, in a few unfortunate.

Steady streams of refugees left China and East Germany, especially in the s. The Korean War produced some 9 million refugees.

Other major refugee-creating events of the s include the Hungarian Revolution () and the uprising in Tibet (–59). Sub-Saharan Africa's massive refugee problem is rooted in the continent's colonial past.

Refugee Audiobook. Since the time the violence has started over the different parts of the world, people have gone through pain, misery and numerous unknown and.

The changing constructions and realities of refugee repatriation provide the backdrop for this book which presents new empirical research on examples of refugee repatriation and reconstruction. Apart from providing up-to-date material, it also fills a more fundamental gap in the literature which has tended to be based on pedagogical reasoning.

This book explores the notion that the Palestinian refugee case is exceptional through the comparative study of refugee repatriation, and asks: To what extent can the Palestinian case be said to be unique.

Where are the divergences, the overlaps and points of similarity with other refugee situations. Explores the notion that the Palestinian refugee case is exceptional through the study of refugee repatriation.

This book examines the contextual and methodological field, reviewing the trends in forced migration and refugee studies as well as studying the historical and political background of UNHCR. This book offers a comprehensive analysis of refugee experience in the Horn of Africa.

It includes an examination of the dynamics of flight from the country of origin, settlement in exile and repatriation to the country of by: The book will be read with great interest by both academics and policy-makers.

- Lea Ypi, London School of Economics and Political Science Mollie Gerver’s work is an outstanding attempt to reflect critically on refugee repatriation through a combination of rigorous philosophical analysis and empirical findings gleaned from interviews with.

The Ethics of Refugee Repatriation considers when bodies such as the UN, government agencies and NGOs ought to help refugees to return home.

Drawing on original interviews with refugees before and after repatriation, Mollie Gerver describes six moral puzzles arising in repatriation. Get this from a library. Palestinian refugee repatriation: global perspectives.

[Michael Dumper;] -- "The repatriation of Palestinians is a highly topical issue, and a critical component of any future peace process for Israel / Palestine. Until now, the mechanics of repatriation has not been dealt.

Refugee repatriation: justice, responsibility and redress / Megan Bradley. pages cm Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (hardback) – ISBN. In this powerfully argued book, Megan Bradley demonstrates the ways in which refugee repatriation raises fundamental issues of justice, responsibility and redress, which have remained underexplored by scholars and policy-makers alike.It certainly has become clear that "the end of the refugee cycle" has been much more complex, and ultimately more elusive, than expected.

The changing constructions and realities of refugee repatriation provide the backdrop for this book which presents new empirical research on examples of refugee repatriation and reconstruction.

Refugee displacement is a global phenomenon that has uprooted millions of individuals over the past century. In the s, repatriation became the preferred option for resolving the refugee crisis.

As human rights achieved global eminence, refugees' right of return fell under its umbrella.