2010. 16 p.
Tate-Campbell, Ruth
Periodical title: 
Journal of Education for International Development 4:3
Global patterns of migration are changing and an increasing number of populations are finding themselves in protracted situations of forced displacement, without access to basic health and education services. The accompanying increase in poverty, mobility, sexual violence, prostitution, and stigma puts displaced populations and host communities at increased vulnerability to Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). This paper uses recent United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization/United Nations Refugee Agency (UNESCO/UNHCR) guidelines to critically examine the educational provision for displaced Burmese in and around the town of Mae Sot, Thailand.
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