Internal displacement in South Asia: the relevance of the UN's guiding principles
This book deals with the situation of internally displaced people - those who have been forcibly displaced by natural disasters or development projects.
Each chapter is a case study authored by specialists from seven countries - India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Mayanmar and Afghanistan. The latter two countries have been included for their shared ethnic continuities with people of the neighbouring countries. The authors provide recommendations on how to minimize the insecurity of the displaced, as well as suggesting early warning systems as preventive measures to forestall displacement at the outset.
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For example, the formation of ethno-national communities within the state of
Bangladesh, like the Chakmas or Rakhains, has been the result of migration
patterns which go back to the remote past, before even the formation of nation
states in ...
Even though the word secularism had been omitted from the 1975 Constitution, a
non-sectarian concept of citizenship was something quite acceptable in the
Bangladesh polity until recently. As regional and global politics became more
faith in a pluralist and multicultural ideology despite the fact that Bangladesh is a
Muslim majority state. On the other hand, state should protect the right of
practising the religious festivals of different religions. But most of all, with regard
to the ...
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