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Le rôle de la Syrie dans l'accueil des réfugiés irakiens depuis 2003 : espace de transit, espace d'installation

Abstract : Syria hosts since 2003 the most of the Iraqis who fled their country because of insecurity and of economic difficulties. The Iraqis are self-settled refugees. They established in the suburbs of Damascus, where they mix with the local population and develop their own economic and social living spaces in exile. They benefit from the status of short-term residents, which offers them a temporary asylum, but deprives them of perspectives on the long term. Many Iraqi refugees try to emigrate from Syria towards Europe, Australia or North America, but for the vast majority, Syria, originally conceived as a temporary stay, became a place of settlement.
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Kamel Doraï. Le rôle de la Syrie dans l'accueil des réfugiés irakiens depuis 2003 : espace de transit, espace d'installation. Méditerranée : revue géographique des pays méditerranéens, Publications de l'Université de Provence, 2009, pp.138-146. ⟨halshs-00455542⟩

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