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Buy and Download Description The chapter discusses the losses experienced by Eritrean refugees; analyses the processes of social change; and examines whether such changes constitute stimuli or constraints on development. Involuntary Displacement and Losses Refugees are people who flee against their will because of fear for their lives. They are pushed from their social, cultural and economic moorings by conditions that are or are perceived to be potentially or imminently threatening to their physical safety, security, dignity, liberty and property. An actual or a perceived threat to these central tenets of human existence renders the place of abode hazardous and consequently makes the need to seek safe haven and succour in a neighbouring country or elsewhere imperative. The chapter discusses the losses experienced by Eritrean refugees; analyses the processes of social change; and examines whether such changes constitute stimuli or constraints on development. Involuntary Displacement and Losses Refugees are people
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