Alexander Betts

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Employment is the cornerstone of social inclusion, the means by which individuals play a full and active part in society and has a pivotal role in helping young people to negotiate the transitional period between the child and adulthood. Employment therefore should be seen as a right and given a higher priority by health and social care agencies. There are(More)
These papers provide a means for UNHCR staff, consultants, interns and associates, as well as external researchers, to publish the preliminary results of their research on refugee-related issues. The papers do not represent the official views of UNHCR. They are also available online under 'publications' at <>.
A substantial body of research in political science finds that refugees increase the likelihood of conflict within the states that host them. This literature concludes that refugees do so by exacerbating ethnic tensions, intensifying economic competition, and expanding insurgent networks. Related research finds that refugees diffuse regional civil wars.(More)
Reflecting our aspirations for the journal, the inaugural edition invites empirical and theoretical consideration on the future of international cooperation. In the aftermath of the divisions created by the invasion of Iraq and the questions raised about the future relevance of the United Nations, mapping the contours of interstate collaboration and(More)
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