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Displacement Risks In Africa:
Refugees, Resettlers and Their Host Population


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Displacement Risks In Africa

Itaru Ohta, Yntiso D. Gebre (編)

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出版社: 京都大学学術出版会 (2005/3/5)
ISBN: 978-4876986590
発売日: 2005/3/5
 

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内容

As the plight of refugees around the world looms large as one of the central problems facing the international political community at the beginning of the 21st century, the situations facing displaced persons in Africa are both acute manifestations of this global trend, and unique in their particularities. As the powerful nations of the world are mobilized to tackle domestic conflicts and their ensuing refugee problems in the Balkans, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and elsewhere, African societies have typically been abandoned by the international community to resolving their own conflicts through their own means. The authors of this volume examine both causes and effects of displacement in terms of both local and global politics, environmental risks, socio-economic costs, and policy and identity issues. Combined, these papers provide a powerful if not comprehensive overview of the variety and complexity of circumstances concerning displaced persons.


目次

List of Tables
List of Figures
Contributors
Preface

Introduction: Displacement in Africa--Conceptual and Practical Concerns by Yntiso D. Gebre and Itaru Ohta

Part 1: Refugees and Reintegration of Returnees

  1. No Solutions in Sight: The Problem of Protracted Refugee Situation in Africa by Jeff Crisp
  2. Coping with Displacement: Social Networking among Urban Refugees in an East African Context by Roos Willems
  3. The Uncertainties of the Child Soldier Experience and Subsequent Reintegration into Civil Society by Art Hansen
  4. Belonging, Displacement, and Repatriation of Refugees: Reflections on the Experiences of Eritrean Returnees by Gaim Kibreab
  5. Returnees in Their Homelands: Land Problems in Rwanda after the Civil War by Shin'ichi Takeuchi and Jean Marara

Part 2: Development- and Conservation-Induced Displacement

  1. Concept and Method: Applying the IRR Model in Africa to Ressettlement and poverty by Michael M. Cernea
  2. Some Socio-Economic Risks and Opportunities Relating to Dam-Induced Ressettlement in Africa by Chris de Wet
  3. The Environmental Risks of Conservation Related Displacements in Central Africa by Kai Schmidt-Soltau

Part 3: Implications of In-migration for Host Populations

  1. Multiple Socio-Economic Relationships Improvised between the Turkana and Refugees in Kakuma Area, Northwestern Kenya by Itaru Ohta
  2. Multidimentional Impact of Refugees and Settlers in the Gambela Region, Western Ethiopia by Eisei Kurimoto
  3. Promises and Predicaments of Resettlement in Ethiopia by Yntiso D. Gebre

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