Global Refugee Policy: The Case for a Development Oriented Strategy


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Refugee Policy, Resettlement


Global Refugee Policy: the Case for a Development Oriented Strategy", a public issues paper of The Population Council (a John D. Rockefeller III, in- dependent non-profit organization in- stituted in 1952) prepared by Charles Keely with Patricia Elwell, proposes a shift in focus from relief and resettlement to development. The study is divided to four parts: (1) a discussion of the inter- national definition of a refugee; (2) an overview of their numbers, location and origin; (3) a sketch of the international response to refugees; and (4) conclu* sions arising from these discussions. The central issue is dealt with in the first sec- tion, and the historical background isrelegated to the third section.


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Refuge Editor. (1983). Global Refugee Policy: The Case for a Development Oriented Strategy. Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees, 2(4), 11.

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