Kakuma Refugee Camp

Humanitarian Urbanism in Kenya's Accidental City

An extensive ethnographic analysis of one of the world's largest refugee camps, revealing a distinct form of urbanization and its unique challenges for effective humanitarian strategies. Les mer
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Om boka

An extensive ethnographic analysis of one of the world's largest refugee camps, revealing a distinct form of urbanization and its unique challenges for effective humanitarian strategies.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction
1. Humanitarian Urbanism
2. The Entitlement Arena
Intermission: Walking the Camp
3. The Camp as Warscape
4. 'Digging' Aid: The Development of a Refugee Camp Economy
5. Moving Along: The Camp as Portal
6. There's No Way Back to the Village
Conclusion

Om forfatteren

Bram J. Jansen is an assistant professor in the department of sociology and anthropology of development at Wageningen University in the Netherlands.