The number of refugees forced to dump their homes and countries in search of safety has significantly increased.
At the same time, governments commitment to offering asylum is dwindling, as is their political will to resolve the human rights disasters from which people have fled.
There is a crisis in the protection of the human rights of refugees.
♦Why are there so many refugees in the world today?
♦Is it right for a country to turn away refugees?
♦How can you get involved in the refugee debate?
This book takes a look at the fate of refugees throughout history. it considers the reasons why people in one country would seek refuge in another and how that impacts the host country.
The book then explores the arguments made by both sides of the debate and considers what is being done to tackle the problem of refugees.
Finally, you can find out how the issue of refugees affects you and what you can do to get more involved.
►Contents: Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons Military Psychiatry and Refugees Refugee Girls: An invisible Population Refugee Protection Refugees and Law Refugees as Resources in War Sexual and Gender-Based Violence against Refugees
Author: Prakash, Anand
Publisher: Aadi Publications
Title: War, Crime and Refugees
Pages: 00288 (Encrypted EPUB) / 00288 (Encrypted PDF)
On Sale: 2014-06-30
Category: Social Science : Violence in Society
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