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Beyond the politics of labelling: exploring the cessation clauses for Rwandan and Eritrean refugees through semiotics

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Academics have for decades written on the need to interrogate the labels upon which the field of Refugee and Forced Migration Studies has been founded. At the centre of these discussions has been theorising around the 'integrity' and 'content' of the refugee label itself, with foundational texts expounding the need to take nothing about the meaning and purpose of this label for granted. This is evidently important in popular accounts, where the term's misuse fuels anti-immigrant sentiments...

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International Development
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University of Oxford
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2018-02-27

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