Negotiations at the interface: An examination of refugee resettlement processes

Title: Negotiations at the interface: An examination of refugee resettlement processes

Author: Barritt, Meghan W.

Date: May 2008

Description: Master’s Paper, Clark University, Department of International Development and Social Change

This paper examines the processes underpinning refugee resettlement in the United States through a case study of the Resettlement Institute of New England (RINE). The study focuses on a key group of RINE’s employees -brokers -whose role is to mediate between the resettlement agency and different refugee, ethnic and national communities.

Keywords: refugee resettlement

Cataloged by: Peter Nelson/ B. J. Perkins

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