Refuge

Refuge is a magazine specializing in Social Science topics.

Articles from Vol. 20, No. 1, November

A Conference Built on Trust
Abstract In April 2001, 265 participants from twenty countries including representatives of the governments, intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations, UNHCR, and former refugees met in Norrkoping, Sweden, for the International...
Building Hospitable Communities
Abstract Receiving communities play a critical role in determining whether refugees and other migrants will become full participating members of their host societies or whether they will remain on the margins. This paper reviews global trends which...
German Expellee Organizations between "Homeland" and "At Home": A Case Study of the Politics of Belonging
Abstract Since the expulsion of more than ten million ethnic Germans from Central and Eastern Europe after the end of the Second World War, the political and cultural organizations of the expellees have advocated the interests of this segment of...
L'integration Des Refugies Guatemalteques Au Mexique et Leur Transformation Progressive En Acteurs Autonomes
Resume Cet article evoque l'integration des refugies guatemalteques au Mexique et il considere trois perspectives : l'integration est une decision politique et se met en place en tant que politique, mais il s'agit aussi du desir des refugies de...
Migration, Refugees, and Racism in South Africa
Abstract The paper looks at South Africa's complex history and policies of racism, social separation and control and the impact that this has had on the nature of migration and refugee policy. The paper argues that this legacy has resulted in policy...
Refugee Reception and Integration: Best Practices. (Introduction)
The recent international conference in Sweden on the reception and integration of resettled refugees was a key event. It provided an opportunity for participants to have a broad and collective perspective on issues related to integration. Integration...
The Path to Integration: Meeting the Special Needs of Refugee Elders in Resettlement
Abstract Refugee elders in resettlement represent a small but very vulnerable population. Regardless of age, vitality, or employability, elders play a critical role in upholding a family strength and stability through the difficult period of forced...
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