“For millions of refugees across Africa life is a daily struggle. Many dream of one day returning to their homeland while others have spent decades building a new life. On World Refugee Day, BBC Focus on Africa’s Anne Soy visits a Somali family in Nairobi, Kenya, who cannot imagine returning to their roots.”
Seth Dixon‘s insight:
Questions to Ponder: Is it the duty of a refugee to return to their home country as soon as it safe? If you were a refugee, what geographic factors (economic, cultural, political, environmental) would shape you decisions to stay or return?
Tags: refugees, migration, Somalia, Africa,
See on www.bbc.co.uk
I am a geography professor at Rhode Island College.
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