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The Environmental Impacts of Warehousing Refugees in Camps in Developing Countries

Much of the literature on refugee warehousing and their impacts on the host country’s environment assumes that refugees are exceptional resource degraders. The dominant conceptualization of refugees’ impacts on the … Continue Reading The Environmental Impacts of Warehousing Refugees in Camps in Developing Countries

Global warming could create 150 million ‘climate refugees’ by 2050

Environmental Justice Foundation report says 10% of the global population is at risk of forced displacement due to climate change. John Vidal in Barcelona – Monday 2 November 2009 19.05 EST Global warming will … Continue Reading Global warming could create 150 million ‘climate refugees’ by 2050

Land degradation and migration: Will restoring the land keep people at home?

By Phemo Kgomotso, Regional Technical Specialist, Ecosystems and Biodiversity, UNDP Regional Service Centre for Africa. Date: June 16, 2017 Would forced migration end, if people knew that they could survive and … Continue Reading Land degradation and migration: Will restoring the land keep people at home?

A new era for development

By Jeremy Greenstock Chairman, United Nations Association – UK, Natalie Samarasinghe Executive Director, United Nations Association – UK Making the SDGs count will require global cooperation, public involvement and effective … Continue Reading A new era for development

More than 6,000 flee fresh South Sudan violence into Uganda

UNHCR expresses alarm at deteriorating security situation in South Sudan. By: Mary Theru Wambui   |  7 April 2017   |  Français LAMWO, Uganda – Following a recent attack on the town of Pajok in … Continue Reading More than 6,000 flee fresh South Sudan violence into Uganda

Clark researchers examining relationships between U.S.-born, foreign-born Worcester residents

Written By: Scott O’Connell, Telegram & Gazette Staff Posted Nov. 15, 2015 at 5:51 PM; Updated Nov 16, 2015 at 8:41 P   WORCESTER – U.S.- and foreign-born residents alike call Worcester … Continue Reading Clark researchers examining relationships between U.S.-born, foreign-born Worcester residents

Europe Refugee Crisis

Over the past few months we’ve witnessed and continue to witness events unfold in Europe about the refugee crisis in the Middle East, North Africa and Asia. We’ve heard and … Continue Reading Europe Refugee Crisis

Bodies found dead in a truck near border, while asylum seekers flow into Hungary

News Stories, 28 August 2015 © UNHCR/B. Baloch Exhausted asylum-seekers after days of walking take some rest at the Rozke police centre before being moved to detention centres elsewhere in … Continue Reading Bodies found dead in a truck near border, while asylum seekers flow into Hungary

Migrant crisis: Greek ship at Kos takes on refugees

Migrant crisis: Greek ship at Kos takes on refugees 1 hour ago From the section Europe The Syrians will be processed as refugees as they are fleeing civil war Migrant tragedy … Continue Reading Migrant crisis: Greek ship at Kos takes on refugees

7 Reasons Why the ‘Aussie-Cambodia Resettlement Deal’ is a no go for refugees

This post is an open response to the refugee resettlement deal signed between authorities in Australia and their counterparts in Cambodia [aka Cambogia, as it is called in the sub-region]. … Continue Reading 7 Reasons Why the ‘Aussie-Cambodia Resettlement Deal’ is a no go for refugees

LIBERIAN REFUFEES IN GHANA: Environmental Security Implications of the Indiscriminate Disposal of Municipal Solid Waste

LIBERIAN REFUFEES IN GHANA: Environmental Security Implications of the Indiscriminate Disposal of Municipal Solid Waste Jenkins Macedo, BSc., M.A., Chief Investigator, Master Research Thesis Dr. Marianne Sarkis, Ph.D., Thesis Committee … Continue Reading LIBERIAN REFUFEES IN GHANA: Environmental Security Implications of the Indiscriminate Disposal of Municipal Solid Waste

THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF WAREHOUSING REFUGEES: A Case Study of Liberian Refugees at the Buduburam Refugees Camp in Ghana

THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF WAREHOUSING REFUGEES: A CASE STUDY OF LIBERIAN REFUGEES AT THE BUDUBURAM REFUGEE CAMP IN GHANA JENKINS MACEDO MAY 2010 A THESIS Submitted to the faculty of … Continue Reading THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF WAREHOUSING REFUGEES: A Case Study of Liberian Refugees at the Buduburam Refugees Camp in Ghana

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