Refugees and forced migration in the Horn and Eastern Africa : trends, challenges and opportunities / Johannes Dragsbaek Schmidt, Leah Kimathi, Michael Omondi Owiso, editors.
Schmidt, Johannes Dragsbaek (editor.)
Kimathi, Leah (editor.)
Owiso, Michael Omondi (editor.)
- ISBN 3030037207
- Publicerad: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 
- Engelska xii, 308 pages
Serie: Advances in African Economic, Social and Political Development
- Geopolitics and Forced Migration -- Researching Refugees and Forced Migration in Eastern and Horn of Africa: Introducing the Issues / ?Johannes Dragsbæk Schmidt, Leah Kimathi, Michael Omondi Owiso -- Refugee Hosting and Conflict Resolution: Opportunities for Diplomatic Interventions and Buffeting Regional Hegemons / Dulo Nyaoro -- The Greater Horn of Africa: Geopolitical Aspects of the “Refugee Crisis” / Bjørn Møller -- Security and Conflict -- The Securitization of Humanitarian Aid: A Case Study of the Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya / Leah Kimathi -- Securitization of Kenya’s Asylum Space: Origin and Legal Analysis of the Encampment Policy / Andrew Maina -- Regional Integration by Military Means: The Case of the East African Standby Force / Thomas Mandrup -- Poverty, Development and Agency -- Refugee Undesirability and Economic Potentials: Questioning Encampment Policy in Forced Migration / ?Elias O. Opongo -- The Merowe Dam in Northern Sudan: A Case of Population Displacement and Impoverishment / Iman A. I. Ahmed -- The Global and Local Politics of Refugee Management in the Horn: Ethiopian Refugee Policy and Eritrean Refugee Agency / ?Jennifer Riggan, Amanda Poole -- Forced Repatriation, Trafficking and Legal Perspectives -- The Counter-Trafficking in Persons’ Architecture in Kenya: A Security Governance Perspective / Michael Omondi Owiso -- Protection of Cross-Border Victims of Natural Disasters and Displacement in East Africa / Alvin Attalo, Victor Nyamori -- From Co-option, Coercion to Refoulement: Why the Repatriation of Refugees from Kenyan Refugee Camps Is Neither Voluntary Nor Dignified / Dulo Nyaoro -- The Dadaab Camp and Its Dynamics -- “We Cannot Manage This Plight Alone Anymore”: Analysing the Kenyan Threats to Forcibly Repatriate All Somali Refugees from Dadaab Camp / Cristiano D’Orsi -- State Sovereignty vs. Refugees’ Resilience: Repatriation, Securitization, and Transnationalism in Dadaab / Abdulkadir Osman Farah -- Forging Associations Across Multiple Spaces: How Somali Kinship Practices Sustain the Existence of the Dadaab Camps in Kenya / Fred Nyongesa Ikanda.
- This volume sheds new light on the refugees and forced migration at the Horn of Africa and East Africa. Adopting a multidisciplinary perspective, it traces historical, structural, and geopolitical factors to reveal the often brutal uprooting of people in a region that hosts more than three million refugees and almost six million internally displaced persons (IDPs). By doing so, it enriches our understanding of the socio-economic, geopolitical and humanitarian causes and implications of migration and population displacement. The book is divided into five parts, focusing on different drivers of involuntary displacement and peoples uprooting: The first part covers geopolitical conflicts rooted partly in the colonial and Cold War geographies. The second part then focuses on security aspects and conflicts, while the third looks at encampment and refugee policies as well as refugee agencies. Part four highlights issues of forced repatriation and human trafficking. Lastly, part five analyzes the dynamics of refugee camps.
- Forced migration -- Africa, Eastern. (LCSH)
- Forced migration. (fast)
- Africa, Eastern. (fast)
- HV640.5.A3 (LCC)
- 304.8096 (DDC)
- Ojc (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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