Essays on Refugee

Mexico: Refugees, Displacement and the Politics of Migration

Introduction Mexican migration to the United States during the final decades of the twentieth century ranks among the largest international population flows in the world. The number of Mexican migrants to the United States since the 1970s even exceeds those from many European countries in the late nineteenth century (Passel et al. 2012). This wave...
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Gender Shapes Societal Perceptions of Domestic Violence among Refugee Communities

Introduction: Domestic violence or Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) has been recognised globally as a serious social, health and human rights concern. This may involve sexual, physical, or emotional abuse. Although domestic violence occurs across all cultural and faith communities (Devries et al., 2013), little is known about how refugee women settled in Australia experience violence...

Concept of Self-reliance with a View of Refugee Protection and Wellbeing

Introduction The proverb “…. teach a man a fish and he will be fed for a lifetime” is one that is popularly used in refugee aid projects to encourage self-reliance and reduce dependence on the external body for livelihood sources especially over a protracted period. In this context, a refugee is defined as “someone unable...
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