EDUCATION OF REFUGEES IN UGANDA: Relationships between Setting and Access

Working Paper 9 - This report was based on research conducted in Kampala, Kyaka II, and Nakivale exploring the education of refugee children in Uganda, specifically addressing the multiple ways in which refugees access education and the social effects of the differing forms of education on the creation of stability for refugee children.
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LAND PROBLEMS IN NAKIVALE: Settlement and the Implications for Refugee Protection in Uganda

Working Paper 8 - This report focuses on the land crisis in Nakivale refugee settlement, southwestern Uganda. Through incorporating the testimonies of both refugees and nationals, it analyses the circumstances leading to the conflict over land, and the implications for both the host community and the refugee management structure.
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REFUGEES IN KYANGWALI SETTLEMENT: Constraints on Economic Freedom

Working Paper 7 - This report was based on research gathered in Hoima and Kyangwali and highlights a number of significant restrictions on the economic freedoms of the refugees living in Kyangwali refugee settlement which exclude the refugees from external goods and labour markets.
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REFUGEES IN THE CITY: Status Determination, Resettlement, and the Changing Nature of Forced Migration in Uganda

Working Paper 6 - This report documents the policies and procedures that affect asylum seekers and refugees living in Kampala - the political and economic capital of Uganda - by examining two key phenomena that draw them to an urban centre: first, achieving refugee status and second, seeking resettlement to third countries.
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WAR AS NORMAL: The Impact of Violence on the Lives of Displaced Communities in Pader District, Northern Uganda

Working Paper 5 - This is the final report in a four-part series on conditions for refugees living in Uganda's northern settlements. It focuses on the impact of violent conflict on those living within Pader District and incorporates the testimonies of both refugees and Internally Displaced Persons. The report shows the extent to which, for the many displaced people in the district, violence has become an intrinsic part of their everyday lives.
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FREE TO STAY, FREE TO GO? Movement, Seclusion and Integration of Refugees in Moyo District

Working Paper 4 - This report is the third in a series of four on conditions for Sudanese refugees living in Uganda's northern settlements. The report concentrates on Moyo district and investigates the dynamics that influence the movement patterns of refugees living in the area. It further illustrates the contrast between those refugees who are living in settlements, and therefore, within the official assistance structures, and those who have chosen to be self-settled.
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REFUGEES IN ARUA DISTRICT: A Human Security Analysis

Working Paper 3 - This report is the second in a four paper series on conditions for Sudanese refugees living in refugee settlements in the districts of northern Uganda. The overriding focus of these studies was the security situation within the refugee locations. The paper concentrates on Arua district and considers this issue within the wider framework of general human security.
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REFUGEES AND THE SECURITY SITUATION IN ADJUMANI DISTRICT

Working Paper 2  - This report was based on research gathered in the Adjumani settlements between in May 2001. Findings indicated that insecurity stemmed primarily from two sources: Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacks which involved looting and abductions, and problems related to forced recruitment conducted by the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA). Combined, these two sources of insecurity created a climate of fear in the area.
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THE PHENOMENON OF FORCED MIGRATION IN UGANDA: An Overview of Policy and Practi in a Historical Context

Working Paper 1 - This report offers a brief overview of Uganda's refugee situation. Uganda has been a major destination country for refugees throughout most of its history, and has generated many refugees itself. Additionally, conflict within Uganda has created a sizeable population of internally displaced persons (IDPs). Refugees in Uganda currently face serious humanitarian and insecurity problems. They are inadequately protected under Uganda's existing legal system despite the fact that Uganda has signed and ratified important international treaties on refugees.
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