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Five main factors are further identified which influence these different types of forced migrants in their current decisions around return or resettlement and thus help us to understand the role of local agency in the changing context.
Often the psychological or emotional issues counselors are trained to address are not the most pressing concerns for a forced migrant.
The local plight of forced migrants has been discussed at length, but there are wider matters relevant to hegemony--how a people forms and is formed by its leaders.
57) It highlights the concept of "plurality of identities," a strategy used by forced migrants "for social action and integration.
While addressing the causes of forced migration is necessary, we need a fresh perspective on the protection of forced migrants by looking at the human consequences, along with its social costs [and] the wounds it inflicts on displaced families," he said.
These seven articles address the nature of voice, memory, identity, and aesthetic expression of the forced migrant from a variety of perspectives within the social sciences as well as the humanities.
Cairo as a Protracted Refugee Situation: Protracted Circumstances for Urban Forced Migrants
While this table is not intended to be representative of the Iraqi forced migrant population in general, (74) it relates to the factors of a vulnerability context mentioned above and it frames a context in which they interpreted their experiences trying to access official sources of information.
The forced migrants who have adopted cross-border livelihood strategies have the opportunity to assess the local realities at home and weigh the costs and benefits of repatriation.
Thus, although "registered" forced migrants hold Russian citizenship and are offered some minimal state assistance, the former is taken for granted by Russian returnees while the latter is experienced as derisory.
Forced migrants reaching destination countries in the EU face an absence of a harmonized approach to existential needs, such as food, housing, healthcare, (14) or access to the labour market.
17) When the IOM Constitution was adopted in 1989, several of its objectives pertained directly to the organization's work with forced migrants, and in the humanitarian sector generally, providing a foundation for more recent expanded humanitarian engagement.