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Veronica Fynn’s “Legal Discrepancies: Internal Displacement of Women and Children in Africa” is not only timely (produced soon after Africa adopts its historical Convention on the... More > Protection and Assistance of Internally Displaced People in Africa, 2009). “Legal Discrepancies: Legal Discrepancies: Internal Displacement of Women and Children in Africa” offers the first comprehensive, holistic, and multi-disciplinary examination on the efficacy of international, regional and national laws and policies in protecting and assisting IDPs. Fynn’s research provides a thought provoking framework for academics, lawyers, public health practitioners, aid workers, national governments, regional institutions and international organizations to rethink the legal space within which internally displaced peoples lingers.< Less
The Turning Circle By David Daniel
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'Turning the Circle' is a thrilling, page-turner re-introducing ex SAS commando Shaun Springfield to readers.Shaun is thrown in at the deep end when he uncovers strange happenings in remote Cape York... More > of northern Australia. Clandestine movements of aircraft, ships and people...a terrorist cadre? But something is happening of industrial proportions. How is it linked to a new movement in the Middle East? Who are the 'Circle'? Shaun is taken on board a chameleon tanker and so begins a mad race to save the world from nuclear destruction,to prevent attacks on man-made and natural wonders around the globe and thwart the evil intentions of a old enemy. The plot twists and turns, we lose the Sydney Harbour Bridge and then, unexpectedly, a new ally emerges and one that may well bring a permanent peace to the troubled Islamic States.< Less
Lost in Nomansland By Robin Eddy
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Hans Kassner, trained as a watchmaker in the capital of East Prussia, is wounded in WW1. He meets and marries Mili Schneider, a Jewish night-club singer, but their only son Julius later joins the... More > SS. Hans' best friend Carl Hallersen has a brief affair with Mili, whom Hans then marries, to his parents' disapproval. WW2 comes. Carl and Julius are both sent east, Mili is taken to a camp which Hans penetrates, in search of her. As the Russians advance, he desperately flees westwards. On the way he chances on a Belgian count who has been left for dead, saves this man's life and is given a residence on the border with Germany. One day, Gadmen,a young philosophy student, arrives and provides Hans with some companionship. Hans now has a Belgian identity, not wishing the world to know he is a German - for he once committed an atrocity which could put him behind bars. The tension mounts and there is a sad but fitting ending.< Less
Remittances Review - Vol. 3 No. 2 - October 2018 By Transnational Press London
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Editorial AKM Ahsan Ullah The Congolese diaspora and the politics of remittances Claude Sumata and Jeffrey H. Cohen The impact of development aid on remittances sent from donor-countries ... More > Sèna Kimm Gnangnon The impact of remittances on food security status in the Global South Narges Ebadi, Davod Ahmadi, Ibrahim Sirkeci, Hugo Melgar- Quiñonez The impact of migration on poverty and income distribution in rural regions in Turkey Özcan Dağdemir, Zeki Kartal, Rukiye Tinas, Hüseyin Gürbüz Managing Migration in a Globalizing World: A Conference Report Philip L. Martin< Less
Suzie By Ann Chadwick
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Suzie Spitzer is five years old and alone. Her parents, Austrian Jews, have put her on a train from Prague to London to escape Nazi persecution. Speaking no English, she joins the Chadwick family in... More > Cambridge. A new life, a new country and a new sister, Ann. This family story travels through war-time Britain, Argentina, South Africa and the Fiji Islands. Tragedy strikes the family but the next generation has learnt how to open their homes and their hearts – Suzie changed their lives forever.< Less
In Which Darkness By Ping Ho & Morielle Stroethoff
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A true story about the survival and marriage of a young woman during the Khmer Rouge regime. She and her new husband escape to Thailand and are sponsored by Lutheran World Relief to begin a new life... More > in rural Montana.< Less
In Which Darkness (B+W) By Ping Ho & Stroethoff Morielle
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The true story of a young woman's survival and marriage during the Khmer Rouge regime, and her eventual escape to rural Montana.
The Human Spirit An Example By David Krimalowsky
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A true and inspiring story of one couple's escape from Poland during the days of the Nazi invasion in 1939, and their lives in Stalinist Russia until 1945.
My Journey To America By HserNay Kree
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This is an incredible story of how Hser Nay Kree came from Thailand to start a new life in America. He talks about his hopes and dreams of becoming a doctor and learning English.
Limits of Compassion By Don Krause
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Limits of Compassion tells about a teacher becoming caught in the wrenching struggle between his own compassions, one for his wife and children, and the other for thousands of desperate Sudanese... More > refugess in Kenya.< Less

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