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Population movements and refugee repatriation

Gerald E. Dirks

Population movements and refugee repatriation

the impact of returnees on the stability of states in post-conflict situations

by Gerald E. Dirks

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Published by Dalhousie University in Halifax .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Emigration and immigration.,
  • Refugees.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGerald E. Dirks.
    SeriesWorking papers series / Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, Working papers series (Dalhousie University. Centre for Foreign Policy Studies)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJV6032 .D57 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18310456M

      Conflict and the Refugee Experience book. Flight, Exile, and Repatriation in the Horn of Africa. One of the most serious threats to peace, security and the sovereignty of nations in the post-Cold War era is population migration. A particularly volatile form of this threat is the global refugee problem and nowhere is this issue more severe Cited by: In the late limbo period, which for the refugee population included the element of new disorder during repatriation 18 —the odds ratios of all nonrefugee women giving birth increased relative to refugees, but this time nuptiality rather than biological proximate determinants was the most important factor, since refugee status did not have a Author: Sara Randall.

      The influx of refugees has also provoked anti-immigration groups, including the far-right Generation Identity movement that in hired a boat to ward off refugees trying to Author: Zoe Todd. Printed and bound in the United Kingdom by the MPG Books Group movement 71 Refugees in the reparations movement: recent history of For millions of refugees, repatriation to their countries.

    According to the census, 45% of the population in Macedonia were refugees, in Greek Thrace 35% of the population were refugees, in Athens 19% of the population were refugees, and in the islands in the Aegean Sea 18% were refugees. Overall, the census showed that 1, , people or 20% of the Greek population were refugees. The first modern definition of international refugee status came about under the League of Nations in from the Commission for Refugees. Following World War II, and in response to the large numbers of people fleeing Eastern Europe, the UN Refugee Convention defined "refugee" (in Article 1.A.2) as any person who: "owing to well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race Europe and North Asia: million.


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Population movements and refugee repatriation by Gerald E. Dirks Download PDF EPUB FB2

Determining the Criteria for the Repatriation of Refugees to Bosnia and Herzegovina’. International Journal of Refugee Law 9(4), – () ‘Property Restitution and the Development of a Normative Framework for the Internally Displaced’.

Refugee Survey Quarterly 19(3), –Cited by:   Refugees From Revolution book. U.S. Policy And Third World Migration. By Peter Koehn. Edition 1st Introduction to Contemporary Cross-National Population Movements: Challenges for International Relations and U.S.

Policy. With Peter State and Transnational Barriers to Refugee Repatriation. With Peter H. Koehn. View abstract. part Part Cited by: Many currently nonmalarious areas have mosquito species that are competent malaria vectors, and the introduction of a large population of gametocytemic individuals can cause the introduction or reintroduction of malaria (Slutsker et al., ; Bawden et al., ).

Major population movements can dramatically alter the local epidemiology of malaria in endemic areas (Kazmi and Pandit, ).Author: Peter B. Bloland, Holly A. Williams. European refugees: a study in forced population movement persons and refugees placed persons Poland Poles Polish population prisoners programme Reception Centres refugee problem refugees and displaced repatriation movements Repatriation Officers Report resettlement residents responsibility Rumania SHAEF SHAEF Plan Soviet.

One of the most serious threats to peace, security and the sovereignty of nations in the post-Cold War era is population migration. A particularly volatile form of this threat is the global refugee problem and nowhere is this issue more severe than in Africa.

This book offers a comprehensive analysis of refugee experience in the Horn of Africa. At the start of the s, there was great optimism that the end of the Cold War might also mean the end of the "refugee cycle" - both a breaking of the cycle of violence, persecution and flight, and the completion of the cycle for those able to return to their homes.

The s, it was hoped, would become the "decade of repatriation." However, although over nine million refugees were. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, editor Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh was the Director of the Refugee Studies Centre's International Summer School in Forced Migration between and Prior to joining the RSC, Elena was Senior Teaching Fellow in Development Studies and Research Fellow in Diaspora Mobilisation and International Security at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of.

The book itself was produced duringand written from the perspective of UNHCR, drawing on experiences from the past seven years. It is divided into eight thematic chapters, which together reflect the state of the world’s refugees.

"Humanitarian action alone cannot solve problems which are fundamentally political in nature." In an era of continuing population movements and ever tighter asylum policies, the book warns that rich countries will continue to face refugee and irregular migration flows.

The ‘refugee crisis’ in Europe: shortening distances, containment and asymmetry of rights—a tentative interpretation of the –16 events Layered journeys: experiences of fragmented journeys among young Afghans in Greece and Norway.

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.

Conflict and the Refugee Experience and Repatriation in the Horn of Africa. By Assefaw Bariagaber. Hardback $ eBook $ ISBN Published J by Routledge Pages population movements, refugee camp establishments, etc. This is useful for readers seeking specific information on refugees in the Horn.

Refugees came to be understood as a single group, or population: as a people imbued with a set of characteristics and needs that informed their position during the crisis.

Through the provision of aid and bilateral attempts at repatriation, refugees remained a suspect population while at the same time were forced to become innocent by: 1.

Conflict and the Refugee Experience: Flight, Exile, and Repatriation in the Horn of Africa (Contemporary Perspectives on Developing Societies) - Kindle edition by Bariagaber, Assefaw. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Conflict and the Refugee Experience: Flight, Exile, and /5(2). Germans were rounded up by Polish militias and put in camps, before being removed from the country.

In Czechoslovakia, more than million Germans were expelled, and their property was expropriated. At the peak period, in July14, people a. The Toyin Falola Book Award Winner for the Best Book on Africa written by a member of the Association of Third World Studies.

'This is a welcome addition to the literature on forced migration in a region that produces and hosts hundreds of thousands of refugees and by: 2. This paper explores the impact of repatriation on peace durability. The cycle of refugee movement logically ends with the repatriation of refugee groups, and, while being an important aspect of creating stability in post-conflict societies, repatriation is often overlooked as a significant aspect of establishing a lasting peace.

I argue that large scale repatriation has a. Population Movements in the Modern W orld, American Foreign Policy Interests: The Journal of the National Committee on American Foreign Policy, DOI: / 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.

Chapter 7 Solutions for refugees The Point Plan 7 Introduction Examples of Refugee Repatriation The Sample Tripartite Voluntary Repatriation Agreement (operational tool) • Advocate for the advantages of integrating the refugee population into host communities.

chapter examines what a refugee is, how African refugees settle themselves in their countries of asylum and how this can affect their eventual repatriation. REFUGEE THEORY Kunz’s Typology In order to explain how refugees can be classified, Kunz (, p.

44) divided them into three distinct groups, derived from refugees’ attitudes towards their.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Proudfoot, Malcolm Jarvis, European refugees: Evanston, Ill., Northwestern University Press,   More than million refugees have returned to Afghanistan sincemostly from neighboring Iran and Pakistan.

Although they rarely make the headlines, these returnees make up some 18 percent of Afghanistan’s population. From the early stages of the repatriation movement.