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9789994455508 - Abbebe Kifleyesus: Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritrea - Book

Abbebe Kifleyesus (?):

Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritrea (2010) (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageThis is a paperback bookUsed book, not a new book.
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9789994455508 (?) or 9994455508

, in english, 302 pages, OSSREA, Paperback, Used
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At the beginning of the 1990s, the end of the Eritrea-Ethiopia war resulted in the repatriation of some 70,000 Eritreans from the Sudan. It soon became clear that the movement of such a huge influx of refugees had its own momentum. This momentum engendered closer academic research. Along with the initial enthusiasm for a nation, there were also high hopes amongst many academics and policymakers that Eritrean refugee cycles might come to an end for many. These hopes for a conducive environment for repatriation of Eritrean refugees appear to be well-founded because between 1990 and 1998, more than 350,000 refugees were repatriated to their country where policies to assist repatriation have been linked to attempts to support economic reconstruction, although not always successfully. The increased and accelerated rates of repatriation from the Sudan lend legitimacy to the discourse that repatriation is the optimum, most durable and feasible solution to the refugee crisis from Eritrea. Yet, there was the need to understand the priorities of the refugees in exile, for some of whom repatriation may not have been a desired outcome and for whom 'home' has come to mean something quite different from the meaning often ascribed by policymakers. Even where return has occurred, there was a need to pay much closer attention to relations after return, and to recognise that even if repatriation is the end of one cycle, it is also usually the start of a new cycle which can challenge and expose some returnees to vulnerability. This study addresses repatriation and reintegration and how they affect both the stayee communities to which refugees are repatriated as well as the returnees themselves. Of particular importance to this study is what connects or reconnects Eritrean refugees to their communities of origin in Gash Barka as they contemplated a possible or actual repatriation. Also significant are the social, economic, psycho-social and ecological conditions necessary for Eritrean refugees to decide to repatriate voluntarily or coercively or still to accept an assisted repatriation and when and on what basis they then decide to be repatriated. The study also considers what happens during resettlement and reintegration, not only to returnees but also to stayee societies in Gash Barka, and examines whether the notion that culture is rooted in particular geographic places implies that uprooted Eritrean refugees somehow have lost their culture. paperback, Label: OSSREA, OSSREA, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2010-12-01, Studio: OSSREA
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Keywords: Books, Politics & Social Sciences, Emigration & Immigration, Human Geography
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ISBN (alternative notations): 99944-55-50-8, 978-99944-55-50-8
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9789994455508 - Abbebe Kifleyesus: Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritrea - Book

Abbebe Kifleyesus (?):

Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritrea (2010) (?)

Delivery from: GermanyBook is in english languageThis is a paperback bookNew book
ISBN:

9789994455508 (?) or 9994455508

, in english, 302 pages, African Books Collective, Paperback, New
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Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritrea At the beginning of the 1990s, the end of the Eritrea-Ethiopia war resulted in the repatriation of some 70,000 Eritreans from the Sudan. It soon became clear that the movement of such a huge influx of refugees had its own momentum. This momentum engendered closer academic research. Along with the initial enthusiasm for a nation, there were also high hopes amongst many academics and policymakers th... Full description, Taschenbuch, Label: African Books Collective, African Books Collective, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2010-12-01, Studio: African Books Collective
Keywords: Fremdsprachige Bücher, Sachbücher, Sozialwissenschaften, Humangeographie, Emigration & Immigration
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ISBN (alternative notations): 99944-55-50-8, 978-99944-55-50-8
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9789994455508 - Kifleyesus, Abbebe: Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritrea - Book

Kifleyesus, Abbebe (?):

Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritrea (2014) (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaThis is a paperback bookNew book
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9789994455508 (?) or 9994455508

, unknown language, AFRICAN BOOKS COLLECTIVE 01/07/2014, Paperback, New
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ISBN (alternative notations): 99944-55-50-8, 978-99944-55-50-8
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9789994455508 - Abbebe Kifleyesus: Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritrea - Book

Abbebe Kifleyesus (?):

Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritrea (1990) (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaThis is a paperback bookNew book
ISBN:

9789994455508 (?) or 9994455508

, unknown language, Paperback, New
This item is printed on demand. paperback. At the beginning of the 1990s, the end of the Eritrea-Ethiopia war resulted in the repatriation of some 70, 000 Eritreans from the Sudan. It soon became clear that the movement of such a huge influx of refugees had its own momentum. This momentum engendered closer academic research. Along with the initial enthusiasm for a nation, there were also high hopes amongst many academics and policymakers that Eritrean refugee cycles might come to an end for many. These hopes for a conducive environment for repatriation of Eritrean refugees appear to be well-founded because between 1990 and 1998, more than 350, 000 refugees were repatriated to their country where policies to assist repatriation have been linked to attempts to support economic reconstruction, although not always successfully. The increased and accelerated rates of repatriation from the Sudan lend legitimacy to the discourse that repatriation is the optimum, most durable and feasible solution to the refugee crisis from Eritrea. Yet, there was the need to understand the priorities of the refugees in exile, for some of whom repatriation may not have been a desired outcome and for whom home has come to mean something quite different from the meaning often ascribed by policymakers. Even where return has occurred, there was a need to pay much closer attention to relations after return, and to recognise that even if repatriation is the end of one cycle, it is also usually the start of a new cycle which can challenge and expose some returnees to vulnerability. This study addresses repatriation and reintegration and how they affect both the stayee communities to which refugees are repatriated as well as the returnees themselves. Of particular importance to this study is what connects or reconnects Eritrean refugees to their communities of origin in Gash Barka as they contemplated a possible or actual repatriation. Also significant are the social, economic, psycho-social and ecological conditions necessary for Eritrean refugees to decide to repatriate voluntarily or coercively or still to accept an assisted repatriation and when and on what basis they then decide to be repatriated. The study also considers what happens during resettlement and reintegration, not only to returnees but also to stayee societies in Gash Barka, and examines whether the notion that culture is rooted in particular geographic places implies that uprooted Eritrean refugees somehow have lost their culture. This item ships from La Vergne,TN.
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ISBN (alternative notations): 99944-55-50-8, 978-99944-55-50-8
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9789994455508 - Abbebe Kifleyesus: Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritreaa - Book

Abbebe Kifleyesus (?):

Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritreaa (2010) (?)

Delivery from: FranceBook is in english languageNew book
ISBN:

9789994455508 (?) or 9994455508

, in english, 282 pages, OSSREA, New
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Recollections of Return, Resettlement, and Reintegration from Gash Barka in Eritrea At the beginning of the 1990s, the end of the Eritrea-Ethiopia war resulted in the repatriation of some 70,000 Eritreans from the Sudan. It soon became clear that the movement of such a huge influx of refugees had its own momentum. This momentum engendered closer academic research. Along with the initial enthusiasm for a nation, there were also high hopes amongst many academics and policymakers th... Full description, Broché, Label: OSSREA, OSSREA, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2010-12-01, Studio: OSSREA
Keywords: Livres anglais et étrangers, Nonfiction, Social Sciences, Emigration & Immigration, Human Geography
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ISBN (alternative notations): 99944-55-50-8, 978-99944-55-50-8

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