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Nkula, Mulenga
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TIGER Working Paper Series 78
Finding durable solutions for the refugee crises has always been a difficult task for international community. There are three widely accepted procedures which apply to political migrants who find themselves outside of the territory of persecution, namely resettlement, reintegration and voluntary repatriation. This paper is a comparative analysis of the cases of Kosovo and Mozambique, as far as the management of refugee flaws is concerned. The text describes the conflict which led to migration in both countries and analyses the resettlement, reintegration and repatriation policies in these two cases.
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