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  • [PDF Document] WP2_19_Uganda_web.pdf   (727.71 KB)

    WORKING PAPER 2 2019 Uganda A role model for refugee integration Heidrun Bohnet University of Geneva Clara SchmitzPranghe BICC WORKING PAPER 2 2019 UGANDA A ROLE MODEL FOR REFUGEE INTEGRATION E BOHNET C SCHMITZPRANGHE SUMMARY Uganda hosts the largest refugee population in Africa and is after Turkey and Pakistan the thirdlargest refugee recipient country worldwide Political and humanitarian actors have widely praised Ugandan refugee policies because of their progressive nature In Ugand...
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  • [Publication] Uganda: A role model for refugee integration?

    • Uganda: A role model for refugee integration?
    • Uganda hosts the largest refugee population in Africa and is, after Turkey and Pakistan, the third-largest refugee recipient country worldwide. Political and humanitarian actors have widely praised Ugandan refugee policies because of their progressive nature: In Uganda, in contrast to many other refugee-receiving countries, these are de jure allowed to work, to establish businesses, to access public services such as education, to move freely and have access...
  • [Publication] Uganda: A role model for refugee integration?

    • Uganda: A role model for refugee integration?
    • Uganda hosts the largest refugee population in Africa and is, after Turkey and Pakistan, the third-largest refugee recipient country worldwide. Political and humanitarian actors have widely praised Ugandan refugee policies because of their progressive nature: In Uganda, in contrast to many other refugee-receiving countries, these are de jure allowed to work, to establish businesses, to access public services such as education, to move freely and have access...
  • [Project] Traditional Conflict Resolution and Small Arms & Light Weapons as a Development Factor

    • Between November 2008 and May 2009, BICC conducted a project (generously funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, BMZ) on traditional conflict resolution (TCR) in three societies. The project aim was (a) to provide an empirically-based assessment of TCR; (b) to lay theoretical and empirical foundations for examining how TCR functions in cases of major inter-ethnic and intra-state conflicts; and (c) to examine the mutual interaction of TCR and development at...
  • [Project] Traditional Conflict Resolution and Small Arms & Light Weapons as a Development Factor

    • Between November 2008 and May 2009, BICC conducted a project (generously funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, BMZ) on traditional conflict resolution (TCR) in three societies. The project aim was (a) to provide an empirically-based assessment of TCR; (b) to lay theoretical and empirical foundations for examining how TCR functions in cases of major inter-ethnic and intra-state conflicts; and (c) to examine the mutual interaction of TCR and development at...
  • [Project] Traditional Conflict Resolution and Small Arms & Light Weapons as a Development Factor

    • Between November 2008 and May 2009, BICC conducted a project (generously funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, BMZ) on traditional conflict resolution (TCR) in three societies. The project aim was (a) to provide an empirically-based assessment of TCR; (b) to lay theoretical and empirical foundations for examining how TCR functions in cases of major inter-ethnic and intra-state conflicts; and (c) to examine the mutual interaction of TCR and development at...
  • [Project] Protected rather than protracted—Strengthening refugees and peace

    • The majority of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) find themselves displaced for more than five years—either in their own or in neighbouring countries. Of the three durable solutions for these so-called protracted refugee situations—local integration, resettlement in third countries and repatriation—the latter is still considered to be the best option by most stakeholders. Yet, due to the increasing prevalence of protracted conflicts worldwide, voluntary return often is not possibl...
  • [Project] Protected rather than protracted—Strengthening refugees and peace

    • The majority of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) find themselves displaced for more than five years—either in their own or in neighbouring countries. Of the three durable solutions for these so-called protracted refugee situations—local integration, resettlement in third countries and repatriation—the latter is still considered to be the best option by most stakeholders. Yet, due to the increasing prevalence of protracted conflicts worldwide, voluntary return often is not possibl...
  • [Project] Protected rather than protracted—Strengthening refugees and peace

    • The majority of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) find themselves displaced for more than five years—either in their own or in neighbouring countries. Of the three durable solutions for these so-called protracted refugee situations—local integration, resettlement in third countries and repatriation—the latter is still considered to be the best option by most stakeholders. Yet, due to the increasing prevalence of protracted conflicts worldwide, voluntary return often is not possibl...