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Protracted Sahrawi displacement: challenges and opportunities beyond encampment

By Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh
Topics: Development and Refugees (see also Sociology), Refugee camps and settlements, Return and reintegration, Rights (development), Algeria, Morocco, Sahrawi refugee camps, Polisario, education, children, civil society, transnational networks, Tifariti
Year: 2011
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