Displaced Sense: Displacement, Religion and Sense-making

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Naidu, Maheshvari;
  • Publisher: Association for the Study of Religion in Southern Africa
  • Subject: prayer | sense-making | displaced | God | resilience | religion

Whether formally categorized as refugees or not, displaced migrants experience varying degrees of vulnerability in relation to where they find themselves displaced. The internally displaced furthermore squat invisibly and outside the boundaries of the legal framework an... View more
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