Internally Displaced people and Refugees

Salisbury, Mary
October 2006
Social Studies Review;Fall/Winter2006, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p56
The author discusses the plight of internally displaced people and refugees in Uganda, Africa. It also cites the differences between internally displaced people and refugees and offers information on non governmental organizations which provided relief for these two groups of people. She also suggests several teaching strategies and lesson plans designed to widen the understanding of students on refugees and internally displaced people.


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