Palestinian Refugee Repatriation : Global Perspectives
*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 comparisons?
*how can these lessons inform refugee organizations, the donor community and policy makers?
The expert contributors examine 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 and the negotiations around the Palestinian refugee issue. Taking a comparative approach the book incorporates case studies of specific refugee situations from around the world, revealing key issues in the formulation of repatriation programmes and highlighting lessons to be learnt.
- Paperback | 338 pages
- 154.9 x 233.7 x 25.4mm | 544.32g
- 29 Mar 2007
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 2 Line drawings, black and white; 6 Tables, black and white; 2 Illustrations, black and white
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Table of contents
Emergencies: Diversities of Conflict, Patterns of Displacement and Humanitarian
Responses - A Comparative Analysis Christopher McDowell and Nicholas Van Hear 9. Refugee Return in Bosnia and Herzegovina Paul Prettitore 10. Re-approaching Voluntary Repatriation within a Reconciliation Framework: A Proposal Drawn from the Cambodian Return Process Ana Garcia Rodicio 11. UNHCR Under Duress: The Reducing Power of UNHCR to Influence Outcomes for Afghan Refugees Peter Marsden 12. Politically Preferred Solutions and Refugee Choices: Applying the Lessons of Iraq to Palestine Michael Kagan Section C: Lessons Learnt 13. Palestinian Return Migration: Lessons from the International Refugee Regime Sari Hanafi 14. Palestinian Refugee Repatriation in Global Perspective Mick Dumper Appendix 1: List of Papers presented at Exeter workshop Appendix 2 List of Participants of Exeter workshop Appendix 3: Estimated Palestinian refugee population (Badil table) Bibliography (composite) Index