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Negotiating local protection and emplacement : a case study from the Zambia-Angolan borderlands

Abstract:

Over many years, the formal policy of Zambian government has a) required refugees to live in officially recognised settlements and b) offered no route to citizenship for those who enter the country as refugees. For long term refugees such as those from Angola, this appears to be a recipe for keeping people in a precarious position over generations. Nonetheless, many thousands of those who fled the civil war in Angola remained living in Zambian villages far from the settlements and they have e...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
International Development
Publisher:
AEGIS - African Studies in Europe Publisher's website
Publication date:
2011
URN:
uuid:db746b56-fc76-4f8e-bc4f-9c5ed0a56ac1
Source identifiers:
617
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daisy:617

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