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Voices from the Camps: Vietnamese Children Seeking Asylum (Donald R. Ellegood International Publications) Paperback – July 1, 2003


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"Unaccompanied minors are an important subpopulation among refugees. About 55,000 Vietnamese children ended up alone in refugee camps in Southeast Asian and Hong Kong during the 1970s and 1980s. [Freeman and Nguyen] present a heartbreaking account of the hardships and trauma endured by these children while they waited to be resettled abroad, or forced to repatriate to Vietnam. The authors provide excellent analysis of the refugee crises in Southeast Asia, camp life, and the politics that determined resettlement or repatriation."―Choice

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"A very powerful and compelling book about the diverse experiences of unaccompanied refugee children as they escape from Southeast Asia, endure refugee camps, and confront resettlement or repatriation."―Steven J. Gold, author of Refugee Communities: A Comparative Field Study

"When it comes to displaced people, our collective memory is often short as our policies are often short―sighted. Voices from the Camps will help us all remember that the effects of war on children echo across the years."―James Garbarino, author of No Place to Be a Child: Growing Up in a War Zone

"This book is a must for refugee advocates, policy makers, and service providers."―Le Xuan Khoa, President emeritus, Southeast Asia Resource Action Center

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