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Iraqis in exile: Migratory networks as a coping strategy

Abstract : The largest concentration of Iraqi refugees is in Syria. Here they are treated officially as 'guests', having no formal legal status. Facing increasingly difficult circumstances, increasing numbers of refugees attempt to move to third countries. Using research undertaken in Syria and Sweden, this article examines the pressures that lead them to undertake new journeys and the means by which they mobilize kin and religious networks
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Kamel Doraï. Iraqis in exile: Migratory networks as a coping strategy. International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies, 2011, 5 (2), pp.215-229. ⟨10.1386/ijcis.5.2.215_1⟩. ⟨halshs-00660141⟩

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