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Refugees and space in urban areas in Malaysia

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Alternative Title: 
FMR 2010, No. 34
Alternative Title: 
Urban Displacement
Author/Creator: 
Nah, Alice M.
Publisher: 
Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford
Publisher Type: 
Academic/Research Institute
Publisher Url: 
http://www.rsc.ox.ac.uk/
Description: 
The policies and practices of states shape the relationship between space and refugees. However, states are unable to regulate space completely and refugees have their own ways to negotiate these key spaces. Understanding how refugees in urban areas interact within different types of spaces can help policymakers and practitioners design more effective protection and assistance programmes. This article suggests some ways in which these spaces are constructed, connected and imbued with meaning by refugees.
Language: 
English
Subject: 
Urban refugees
Subject: 
Urban areas
Subject: 
Refugee safety
Coverage Geography: 
Malaysia
Date Created: 
16/02/2010
Date Reliable: 
Yes
Date Available: 
16/02/2010
Item Type: 
Journal article
Relation: 
FMR 2010, No. 34
Relation Requires: 
Adobe Acrobat
Format Medium: 
PDF
Format Medium: 
TXT
Format Extent: 
3 p.
Rights: 
Cleared
FMO Status: 
Live
Journal Name: 
FMR
Journal Volume No: 
1
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