Recent massive population displacement triggered by conflicts and disasters generates calls for longer-term solutions to recreate sustainable livelihoods—and for more development. But Asian countries must ensure any displacement resulting from development does not add to the very problem it aims to resolve, writes Susanna Price. The forced displacement of unprecedented numbers of people due to …
Susanna Price is a lecturer at the College of Asia & the Pacific at the Australian National University. Her research interests include development-forced displacement and resettlement, especially in Indonesia and China.
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