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  • 1. Publications & Writing

    Darfurians in South Sudan: Negotiating Belonging in Two Sudans

    …“Darfurians in South Sudan: Negotiating Belonging in Two Sudans” is about the construction of citizenship, identities and belonging at a moment of profound political change: the secession of South Sudan from the Republic of Sudan (Sudan or North Sudan) that took place on 9 Ju…

    Author International Refugee Rights Initiative Read online Download PDF

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    Going Home or Staying Home? Ending Displacement for Burundian Refugees in Tanzania

    Widespread ethnic violence in 1972 in Burundi forced many Hutus to flee to Tanzania. Refugees for more than three decades, they are now facing a difficult choice: repatriate to Burundi or become Tanzanian citizens. This SSRC working paper examines the factors influencing their de…

    Author International Refugee Rights Initiative Read online Download PDF

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    I Don't Know Where to Go

    Less than two weeks after the announced closure of Tanzania's last refugee camp for Burundians, the Centre for the Study of Forced Migration and the International Refugee Rights Initiative launched a report, "'I Don't Know Where to Go': Burundian Refugees in Tanzania Under Pressu…

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    Shadows of Return: The dilemma of Congolese Refugees in Rwanda

    Author International Refugee Rights Initiative

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    Two People Can’t Share the Same Pair of Shoes: Citizenship, Land and the Return of Refugees to Burundi

    This paper tracks the experience of refugees returning to southern Burundi and re-asserting their citizenship. Most have been living in exile in Tanzania – some since the early 1990s, and others since 1972. Some were born in exile and have never been to Burundi before. Others l…

    Author International Refugee Rights Initiative Read online Download PDF

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    Who Belongs Where?

    Since a peace agreement was signed in 2003, officially ending a decade of war in the country, an estimated two million civilians have died and millions of others have been forced to flee their homes, creating one of the world’s worst humanitarian disasters. This paper seeks to…

    Author International Refugee Rights Initiative Publisher International Refugee Rights Initiative, 2010