Refugee Aid and Development: Theory and Practice

Robert F. Gorman
Greenwood, 01.01.1993 - 229 Seiten

This expert study shows how refugee aid and development enterprises should be linked in order to truly help the 16 million refugees today, the tens of millions of displaced persons, and the hundreds of millions affected by the presence of uprooted people. Practitioners and scholars evaluate contemporary programs in Africa, Central America, and Asia. They analyze current theories and policies governing refugee aid and development operations. Students, teachers, and professionals concerned about growing welfare problems in the world will benefit from this overview and from the empirical and theoretical perspectives that are provided.

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ROBERT F. GORMAN is Distinguished Teaching Professor of Humanities and Professor of Political Science at Southwest Texas State University.

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