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Responses to Geopolitical Change: Refugee Flows in the Post-Communist Era

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Bibliographic information:

 

Sword, Keith. 1992. "Responses to Geopolitical Change: Refugee Flows in the Post-Communist Era. A Report on the Third Annual Meeting of the International Research and Advisory Panel January 1992." Journal of Refugee Studies 5 (2):87-105. 

 


Abstract:

 

The break-up of the Soviet Union and the changes to the geopolitical landscape that resulted served as a theme for many of the discussions at the third meeting of the International Research and Advisory Panel (IRAP).  This report highlights the main themes addressed, synthesizes research findings, and summarizes the discussions of the four workshops held on repatriation, refugee protection, psychosocial issues, and refugee health. 

 


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Forced migration

 


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Journal article

 


 

 

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