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- Georgetown University Press
- Crepeau, Francois (foreword)
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Refugees' Roles in Resolving Displacement and Building Peace
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This work, grounded in critical theoretical debates and informed by migrants and refugees' experiences to mobilize and influence policies, constitutes a timely addition to our knowledge about the pace at which refugees and migrants are changing the rules of the game whereas the guardians of the migration global governance architecture are trapped in the past. -- Salim Salamah, founding member, Network for Refugee Voices With displacement at record high levels, it has never been more important to find lasting solutions for refugees and displaced persons. This important volume provides valuable perspective on the role that refugees themselves play in forging solutions. With contributions from some of the most experienced and innovative researchers in the refugee field, it is bound to be useful to academics, policymakers and practitioners alike. -- Susan Martin, Donald G. Herzberg Professor Emerita of International Migration, Georgetown University At a time when official 'solutions' have largely disappeared, the editors have collected a treasure trove of analyses, tactics, and approaches to resolving displacement, designed largely by refugees and IDPs themselves. The volume fosters rich and original interdisciplinary research that highlights the decisions refugees take and their vital roles in peacebuilding. -- Jennifer Hyndman, Professor and Director, Centre for Refugees Studies, York University
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Megan Bradley is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science and at the Institute for the Study of International Development at McGill University. James Milner is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science at Carleton University. Blair Peruniak is a doctoral candidate in the Department of International Development at the University of Oxford.
ForewordFrancois Crepeau Acknowledgments Introduction: Shaping the Struggles of Their TimesMegan Bradley, James Milner and Blair Peruniak Part I: Refugees and Resolution Processes: Disciplinary Perspectives 1. Durable Solutions and the Political Action of RefugeesKaren Jacobsen 2. Refugees, Peacebuilding, and the Anthropology of the GoodCindy Horst 3. Displacement Resolution and "Massively Shared Agency"Blair Peruniak 4. Transformative Justice and Legal Conscientization: Refugee Participation in Peace Processes, Repatriation, and ReconciliationAnna Purkey Part II: Pursing Peace and Social Reconstruction: Displaced Persons' Roles 5. Complex Victimhood and Social Reconstruction after War and DisplacementErin Baines 6. Refugees, Peacebuilding, and Paternalism: Lessons from MozambiqueJames Milner 7. Displaced Persons as Symbols of Grievance: Collective Identity, Individual Rights and Durable SolutionsPatrik Johansson Part III: Seeking "Solutions" to Displacement within and beyond Traditional Frameworks 8. Shunning Solidarity: Durable Solutions in a Fluid EraLoren B. Landau 9. "Grabbing" Solutions: Internal Displacement and Post-Disaster Land Occupations in HaitiAngela Sherwood 10. From IDPs to Victims in Colombia: Reflections on Durable Solutions in the Postconflict SettingJulieta Lemaitre and Kristin Bergtora Sandvik 11. Refugees' Roles in Resettlement from Uganda and Tanzania: Agency, Intersectionality, and RelationshipsChristina Clark-Kazak and Marnie Jane Thomson 12. Liberian Refugee Protest and the Meaning of AgencyAmanda Coffie 13. From Roots to Rhizomes: Mapping Rhizomatic Strategies in the Sahrawi and Palestinian Protracted Refugee SituationsElena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh Conclusion: Where Do We Go from Here?James Milner, Megan Bradley, and Blair Peruniak List of ReferencesList of ContributorsIndex