Vol 23, No 1 (2006): Refugee Diasporas and Transnationalism

Table of Contents

Introduction

Multiple Homes and Parallel Civil Societies: Refugee Diasporas and Transnationalism PDF
R. Cheran

Feature Articles

Refugees in Diaspora: From Durable Solutions to Transnational Relations PDF
Nicholas Van Hear
Global Minds, Local Bodies: Kosovar Transnational Connections Beyond British Columbia PDF
Kathy Sherrell, Jennifer Hyndman
Identity, Ethnicity and School Experiences: Relocated Montserratian Students in British Schools PDF
Gertrude Shotte
A Survival Story from the Thai-Burmese Border: The Struggle for Education in the Burmese Community in Thailand PDF
Mary Purkey
Transferring Cultural Knowledge and Skills: Afghan Teachers for Afghan Students in Montreal PDF
Jackie Kirk
In “Virtual Dialogue” with the Somali Community: The Value of Electronic Media for Research amongst Refugee Diasporas PDF
Cindy Horst
Dilemmas of Diaspora: Partition, Refugees, and the Politics of “Home” PDF
Pablo Bose
Hush-hushing the whole matter: The UNHCR, Australia, and West Papuan Refugees PDF
Klaus Neumann
The Threat of Destitution as a Deterrent against Asylum Seeking in the European Union PDF
Sylvie Da Lomba
“Citizens without Borders”?: Discussions of Transnationalism and Forced Migrants at the Ninth Conference of the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration, São Paulo, Brazil, January 2005 PDF
Michael Collyer

Book Review

Refuge Australia: Australia’s Humanitarian Record PDF
Martin Jones


ISSN: 1920-7336