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  1. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    November, 2004
    Angola, Rwanda, Mozambique, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Africa

    Presentation of 5 brief case studies of what Oxfam actually did with regards land in post-conflict situations in Africa, in Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa, Rwanda and Angola, concluding with the common themes, conclusions and lessons that emerged from the case studies. Also includes a critique of the role of USAID.

  2. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    November, 2004
    Myanmar

    Revised 2007...Resettlement: A Vital Instrument Of International Protection And An
    Element Of Comprehensive Solutions...

    Comprehensive Approach To Resolving Refugee Situations And Providing
    Appropriate Durable Solutions:
    2.1 Voluntary Repatriation
    2.2 Local Integration
    2.3 Resettlement in the Context of other Durable Solutions
    Resettlement Processes Flowchart...

  3. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    November, 2004
    Myanmar

    Thai university professor and international law expert, Vitit Muntarbhorn, looks at the application of labour standards as they relate to migrant workers in Thailand. Professor Vitit concludes with a series of 12 recommendations for both government and non-government sectors. This publication also contains copies of all six sub-regional, bilateral, MOUs on counter trafficking and employment cooperation...
    "...Migrant workers can contribute greatly to their home and destination countries, if the process is well managed and

  4. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    November, 2004
    Myanmar

    ...Throughout 2003, large numbers of people continued to leave Burma to seek work abroad. Approximately ten percent of Burma’s population migrates to other countries, according to a report, Migration, Needs, Issues and Responses in the Greater Mekong Subregion 2002, by the Asian Migrant Center. People leave Burma for a number of reasons. Rampant inflation, a deteriorating economy and general lack of employment and educational opportunities are factors that cause many people to emigrate.

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