Destination Unknown: Hope and Doubt Regarding IDP Resettlement in Mon State
By Human Rights Foundation of Monland
October 18, 2012
The growing optimism surrounding Burma’s political and social transitions has begun to be accompanied by ambitions to resettle displaced communities along the country’s border with Thailand. As the notion and its attendant proposals continue to proliferate, it seems timely to assess how the communities directly affected by this prospect feel about resettlement. Interviews were conducted with 61 Mon internally displaced people (IDPs) who expressed an array of views ranging from excitement for better jobs in new locations to utter refusal for fear of renewed conflict.
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Tags: Human Rights Foundation of Monland
, Internally Displaced People
, Mon State
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