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United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants

The U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that has served refugees and immigrants and defended the rights of refugees, asylum seekers, and internally displaced persons worldwide since 1911. USCRI's resettlement programme and network of community-based partner agencies help thousands of refugees build new lives in the United States each year. USCRI publishes the annual World Refugee Survey and Refugee Reports. This database includes the country chapters from the World Refugee Survey from 1997 to 2005.  Website: www.refugees.org
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Getting Home is Only Half the Challenge: Refugee Reintegration in War-Ravaged Eritrea

1 August 2001 | Publisher: United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants | Document type: Country Reports

Newly Displaced in the Balkans: Macedonia Erupts in Violence

1 July 2001 | Publisher: United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants | Document type: Country Reports

Inside Chechnya: Misery, Fear, and Abuse

1 February 2001 | Publisher: United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants | Document type: Country Reports

Recklessly Risking Lives: Restrictive Interpretations of 'Agents of Persecution' in Germany and France

1 January 2001 | Publisher: United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants | Document type: Country Reports

Shadow Plays: The Crisis of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons in Indonesia

1 January 2001 | Publisher: United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants | Document type: Country Reports

Trafficking in women and children: a contemporary manifestation of slavery

1 July 2000 | Publisher: United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants | Document type: Country Reports

Reversal of Fortune: Serbia's Refugee Crisis

1 January 2000 | Publisher: United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants | Document type: Country Reports

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