Kakuma News Reflector – A Refugee Free Press

Repatriation of Somali Refugees

Posted in Humanitarian Services, Kakuma Town and Kenya, News Updates by KANERE on December 25, 2014

94 returnees of Somali origin were headed home after decades of exile in the world’s largest refugee camp. (more…)

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Somali Repatriation

Posted in Human Rights, Humanitarian Services, News Updates by KANERE on November 30, 2013

Is repatriation a solution for Somali refugees? (more…)

International Politics and Humanitarian Action

Posted in Contributors by KANERE on July 16, 2009

By Merrill Smith

To what extent do international politics impact UNHCR’s humanitarian action? Merrill Smith comments on the political interests that shape international refugee protection, from warehousing to “voluntary repatriation” to resettlement, and advocates a balancing of political and humanitarian concerns through integrative protection approaches.

Merrill Smith is the Director of Government Relations and International Advocacy for the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants and the Editor of the World Refugee Survey.
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Sudanese Anxious on Their Repatriation

Posted in Humanitarian Services by KANERE on July 16, 2009

Volume 1, Issue 5-6 / May-June 2009

Some of the Sudanese refugees in kakuma refugee camp claim that they are not ready for repatriation.

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