Tag Archives: Ukrainian refugees

Lessons for Ukraine from the Rohingya crisis: even sympathetic communities can lose their enthusiasm for hosting refugees

Palash Kamruzzaman, University of South Wales and Bulbul Siddiqi, North South University Countries in Europe have opened their borders and homes to Ukrainians fleeing Russian aggression. Of course, Ukrainians are far from the first group of refugees to need shelter and welcome from host countries. Refugees are vulnerable people who, because of limited opportunities in refugee camps, can be exposed …

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The trauma of life in limbo for refugees and asylum seekers in immigration detention – podcast

A protester outside an immigration detention facility in Melbourne, Austraila. FiledIMAGE/Shutterstock Gemma Ware, The Conversation and Justin Bergman, The Conversation The life of limbo for people in immigration detention is often deeply traumatic. In this week’s episode of The Conversation Weekly, we talk to two experts on immigration detention in Australia and the UK about why people are waiting months, …

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