Refugee and Labour Movements in Sub-Saharan Africa: Shelter Provision and Settlement Policies for Refugees

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Table of Contents
Preface5
Jonathan Baker
Refugee and Labour Movements in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Review.7
Introduction7
Refugees in sub-Saharan Africa8
What creates refugees?14
     Wars of national liberation14
     Internal repression and external destabilisation by South Africa.15
     Ethnic and Religious persecution17
Towards the second millennium: a note of optimism regarding refugees in Africa19
International labour migration in sub-Saharan Africa20
International labour migration in sub-Saharan Africa:      the Balance Sheet23
References26
Roger Zetter
Shelter Provision and Settlement Policies for Refugees A state of the art review29
1.       Introduction30
1.1 The Goals, Objectives and Scope of this Review30
1.2 The Current State of Shelter Research31
1.3 From Relief to Development33
1.4 Reconcieving Refugees and Refugee Policy Making34
1.5 The Scope of the Field34
1.6 Contents and Organisation of the Paper35
1.7 Bibliographic and Data Sources36
2. Shelter and its Setting37
2.1 Introduction37
2.2 In-country Technology and Standards37
2.3 Building Materials39
2.4 Implementation Strategies: Revising Practice41
3. Camp Planning—Improving Current Practice47
3.1 Camps—the Image of Refugee Shelter and Settlement47
3.2 Camp Planning and the Limitations of Current Practice48
3.3 Revising the Praxis51
3.4 The Parallel Case—Informal Settlements in Cities of the Developing World56

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