Forced Displacement: Why Rights Matter / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Palgrave Macmillan UK
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About the Author
KATARZYNA GRABSKA has been working as a Projects Coordinator and Researcher at the Forced Migration and Refugee Studies program at the American University, Egypt.
LYLA MEHTA is a fellow at the Sussex Centre for Migration Research, University of Sussex.
Table of ContentsIntroduction; K.Grabska and L.Mehta Protection and Durable Solutions: Regimes for Development and Conflict-Induced Internally Displaced and Resettled Populations; R.Muggah Rights and Development-Induced Displacement: Risk Management or Social Protection?; B.Morvaridi Brothers or Poor Cousins? Rights, Policies and the Wellbeing of Refugees in Egypt; K.Grabska Refugees or Foreigners? The Case of Palestinians in Lebanon; J.Suleiman Access to Economic and Social Rights in First Countries of Asylum and Repatriation: A Case Study of Eritrean Refugees in Sudan; G.Kibreab Rights and Decisions to Return: Internally Displaced Persons in Post-war Sudan; M.Assal Rights, Needs and Responsibility: Challenges to Rights-Based Advocacy for Refugees' Health and Education in Lebanon; S.Trad and M.Kagan Indigenous Peoples, Displacement Through 'Development' and Rights Violations: The Case of the Orang Asli of Peninsular Malaysia; C.Yong Ooi Lin Why are Human Rights Violated with Impunity? Forced Displacement in India's Narmada Valley; L.Mehta Protests Against UNHCR to Achieve Rights: Some Reflections; B.Harrell-Bond Conclusion; K.Grabska and L.Mehta