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Ambiguous boundaries between exclusion and inclusion. Experiences from the Meheba Refugee Camp (Zambia)

2018

Tipo de publicação: Capítulo de livro

Neto, P. F. 2018. “Ambiguous boundaries between exclusion and inclusion. Experiences from the Meheba Refugee Camp (Zambia)”. In Changing Societies: Legacies and Challenges. Vol. i. Ambiguous Inclusions: Inside Out, Inside In, eds. S. Aboim, P. Granjo, A. Ramos. Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, 29-47. https://bit.ly/2vpl3Cg

Refugee camps are often created and portrayed as places of exclusion where “supernumerary” (Bauman 2004), “undesired populations” (Agier 2011) are concentrated. And yet, experiences from the Meheba Refugee Settlement show that the reality is rather more complex, providing evidence of the ambiguous line between inclusion and exclusion involving refugees and the neighbouring population.