Author/Editor: Robert Muggah
New Pb 322 pp.
Subject: South Asia,Social Studies,Development
Each year, millions of people are internally displaced and resettled in the wake of wars and floods or to make way for large-scale development projects, and this number is increasing. Humanitarian and development specialists continue to struggle with designing and executing effective protection strategies and durable solutions. Relocation Failures in Sri Lanka explains how internal displacement and efforts to engineer resettlement are conceived and implemented are conceived and implemented and why they often fail. The author argues that policies for internally displaced peoples are weak, diluted by narrow interpretations of state sovereignty, collective action dilemmas and in the case of Sri Lanka, unintentionally intensified ethnic segregation and war. In highlighting the ways that development assistance can exacerbate smouldering conflicts, Relocation Failures in Sri Lanka provides an important caution to the aid community.
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