The Politics of Closing Refugee Camps — Political Violence @ a Glance

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Guest post by Beth Elise Whitaker. On May 6, 2016, the Government of Kenya announced plans to close all refugee camps within the country by November. As the host of nearly 600,000 refugees, mainly from Somalia and South Sudan, Kenya’s move attracted international headlines and led to condemnation from human rights advocates. Not to be […]

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