Ensor, Marisa O.

Children and Forced Migration

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Durable Solutions During Transient Years
Marisa O. Ensor, Elżbieta M. Goździak

Part I. Durable Solutions and Crises: Displacement of Children and Youth Resulting from Humanitarian Emergencies

2. Enduring Solutions in the Midst of “Crisis”: Refugee Children in Europe
Anhared Price

3. What Kind of Welcome? Addressing the Integration Needs of Central American Children and Adolescents in US Local Communities
Elżbieta M. Goździak

4. Turning the Invisible into the Visible: Stateless Children in Italy
Nicoletta Policek

Part II. Repatriation and (Re)Integration: Dilemmas of Sustainable Return

5. Refugee Girls and Boys and the Dilemmas of (Un)Sustainable Return to South Sudan
Marisa O. Ensor

6. Reintegration of First- and Second-Generation Children Returned to Burundi: A Multidimensional Approach
Sonja Fransen, Melissa Siegel

7. Pathway of Hope: A Learning Certification Solution for Internally Displaced Children in Northern Syria
Jen Steele

Part III. Asylum-Seeking and Local Integration: Protection and Assimilation in Exile

8. Taking the Long View: The Consequences of Displacement for Children in Afghanistan
Craig Loschmann

9. A Systems Approach to Child Protection: Does Theory Reflect Reality in Protracted Refugee Situations?
Susanne Hassel, Ulrike Krause

10. Making Human Rights a Reality for Refugee Children: A Prerequisite to Local Integration as a Durable Solution
Emily Arnold-Fernandez

11. “Brothers Will Be Everywhere”: Youth Involvement in Martial Arts as the East Timorese Displaced Persons Struggle for Recognition in Their Community in Naibonat, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
Realisa D. Masardi

Part IV. Resettlement in a Third Country: In Transit to Various Foreign Lands

12. Finding Better Ways to Support Resettled Refugee Families: Dealing with Intergenerational Conflict
Ibolya (Ibi) Losoncz

13. Unaccompanied Young Asylum-Seekers Stuck in Transit in Indonesia: Intimate Relationships and Resilience
Antje Missbach, Danau Tanu

No Date on the Door: Direct Provision Housing, Child Asylum-Seekers, and Ireland’s Violations of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
Narintohn Luangrath

15. Conclusion: Durable Solutions During Transient Years: Lessons Learned
Elżbieta M. Goździak, Marisa O. Ensor

Keywords: Social Sciences, Migration, Children, Youth and Family Policy, Conflict Studies, Sociology of Family, Youth and Aging

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