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 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.
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