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resettlement

ree se tuhl muhnt

  • n  the transportation of people (as a family or colony) to a new settlement (as after an upheaval of some kind)

  • The European Commission has unveiled new plans to handle the resettlement of refugees, saying Europe has a political and moral obligation to take in more of the world's asylum .
  • He cautioned, though, that some of the flaws in the resettlement program are fundamental structural problems that are going to take time to fix.
  • A resettlement program was tried by UNRWA in the Jordan valley.
News & Articles

  • Forced Relocation of Millions of Tibetans Brings Human Rights Scrutiny
    A rights group on June 27 released a report condemning an official Chinese program of forced evictions and resettlement of millions of Tibetans, saying it disrupts Tibetan culture and threatens their livelihoods. The Communist Party (CCP) has been renovating houses … The post Forced Relocation of Millions of Tibetans Brings Human Rights Scrutiny appeared first on The Epoch Times .
    June 28, 2013 - The Epoch Times
Quotes

  • David Miliband in FOXNews
    After Wednesday's decision in favor of the government, Foreign Secretary David Miliband said it was "appropriate on this day that I should repeat the government's regret at the way the resettlement of the Chagossians was carried out in the 1960s and...
  • Jason Kenney in Globe and Mail
    Massive resettlement is not a solution to natural disaster. The solution is reconstruction, and we're focused and dedicated to that,Mr. Kenney said.
  • Turnbull in Reuters
    What (Rudd) has agreed to, with the Americans, is to accept Guantanamo Bay inmates for resettlement in Australia, in our community, as migrants, and that is completely and utterly unacceptable to the Australian people,Turnbull told local radio.

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