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In voluntary Resettlement-Survey of International Experience

Survey of International Experience Roli Asthana Involuntary resettlement consists of two closely related yet distinct processes: displacing people and rebuilding their livelihoods. This paper beginning with a brief discission of the Scudder-Colson relocation theory which has greatly influenced resettlement theory and policies in many countries goes on to review international experience, using a risk model which shows how impoverishment can occur as a result of displacement.



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