2018
DOI: 10.1590/0102-311x00027518
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Abstract: Migration is not only an act of moving from one place to another, but a complex process that involves phases such as preparations prior to emigration, the move, the arrival, and the return 1. Forced migration is defined as people's emigration without a clear idea of whether they want to leave or stay 2. The causes include armed conflict, ethnic or religious persecution, megaprojects development, and natural disasters 3. There are basically two types of forced migrants: refugees and internally displaced persons… Show more

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