Lessons from planned relocation and resettlement in the past

McAdam, Jane
May 2015
Forced Migration Review;May2015, Vol. 1 Issue 49, p30
Academic Journal
The article discusses the lessons learned from the relocation and resettlement programs in the mid-20th century. Topics covered include the challenges faced by policy makers on the resettlement of World War II refugees after the end of the war and the significance of past issues on the legal and practical aspects of relocation and resettlement to the migration debates of the international community in the 21st century.


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