publication . Article . 2017

How NGOs have helped shape resettlement

Amy Slaughter;
Open Access Arabic
  • Published: 01 Feb 2017 Journal: Forced Migration Review (issn: 1460-9819, eissn: 2051-3070, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: University of Oxford
Abstract
NGOs have a rich history of involvement in case identification and referral for resettlement, and have helped to increase numbers, improve processes and make resettlement more equitable, and accountable, for refugees.
Subjects
free text keywords: refugee, IDP, stateless, internal displacement, forced migration, migration, case identification, referral for, Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform, HN1-995
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1. Frederiksson J and Mougne C (1994) Resetlement in the 1990s: A Review of Policy and Practice, UNHCR Evaluation Report www.unhcr.org/3ae6bcfd4.pdf

2. See article by Melonee Douglas, Rachel Levitan and Lucy Kiama, pp34-37.

3. Originally under the name Mapendo International

4. UNHCR (2015) UNHCR-NGO Toolkit for Practical Cooperation on Resetlement htp://bit.ly/UNHCR-NGO-resetlement-toolkit

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