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Durable Solutions: Challenges with Implementing Global Norms for Internally Displaced Persons in Georgia

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Volume 44

Forced Migration

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Durable Solutions

Challenges with Implementing Global Norms for Internally Displaced Persons in Georgia

Carolin Funke

334 pages, 12 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-382-4 $135.00/£99.00 / Hb / Not Yet Published (February 2022)

eISBN 978-1-80073-383-1 eBook Not Yet Published


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“I really enjoyed reading this monograph…. This book is much more than  area studies research on Georgia as this volume is likely to bear theoretical implications generalizable beyond the Georgian case study. Empirical data collected through ethnographic participant observation, elite interviews, and focus groups is rich and fascinating.” • Huseyn Aliyev, University of Glasgow

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Focusing on Georgia, this book presents a theoretical and empirical study on the implementation of durable solutions for internally displaced persons (IDPs). Building on extensive field research, it describes and explains the considerable problems which Georgia faces in establishing global norms, as well as the ongoing hardship that IDPs experience. Importantly, the book reveals the simultaneous progress and setbacks in implementing durable solutions. Successfully combining approaches from humanistic studies, international relations, and organizational sociology, this book explains the interaction of norms and actors at and among three societal levels: the international, national, and local.

Carolin Funke is a research associate at the Institute for International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict (IFHV) at Ruhr University Bochum in Germany. She has done extensive field research in Georgia. For this book, she worked in an international non-governmental organization in Zugdidi.

Subject: Refugee and Migration Studies Anthropology (General) Peace and Conflict Studies
Area: Central/Eastern Europe


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