Dislocation’, shelter, and crisis: Afghanistan’s refugees and notions of home
There has been war in Afghanistan for 17 years. During that time millions of people have become refugees or been displaced within the national borders. Conversations with women in a camp for the displaced reveal what it means for women to lose their home, particularly in a situation of persistent instability and conflict.
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