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Strangers to Neighbours

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As a leading country in global refugee resettlement, Canada operates a unique program that allows private groups and individuals to sponsor refugees. This innovative approach has received growing international attention, but there remains a need for a more expansive understanding of the sponsorship framework and its potential implications within Canada and across the world. Strangers to Neighbours explains the origins and development of refugee sponsorship, paying particular attention to the unintended consequences and ethical dilemmas it produces for refugee policy. The contributors to this collection draw upon law, social science, and philosophy to bring a more robust and objective perspective on Canada's historical experience with sponsorship into wider conversations about the refugee crisis and resettlement. Together, they present recent cases that exemplify how the model has been applied and how it functions, while also analyzing the challenges that emerge in host-sponsor relations. This volume further examines how sponsorship has been implemented differently in countries such as the United States and Australia. The first dedicated study of refugee sponsorship policy, Strangers to Neighbours assembles leading scholars from a range of disciplines to consider whether Canada's system is indeed a sustainable model for the world.

An Annoyance of Neighbours

An Annoyance of Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Angela Lightburn
Editor: Troubador Publishing Ltd
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An Annoyance of Neighbours by Angela Lightburn Summary

Neighbours – we all have them and everyone has a story to tell about them. Have you ever had a disagreement with a neighbour? Have your neighbours woken you up shouting, slamming doors or revving a car at an anti-social hour? If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions then this book is for you!

The Neighbours of the European Union's Neighbours

The Neighbours of the European Union's Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sieglinde Gstöhl,Erwan Lannon
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Should the European Neighbourhood Policy stop at the borders of the European Union’s immediate neighbouring countries? This book is the first full length study of the ’neighbours of the EU’s neighbours’, a concept originally introduced by the European Commission with reference to Saharan Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. These regions in the EU’s broader neighbourhood are often perceived as an ’arc of crisis’ from which manifold challenges emanate for Europe. This timely book takes stock of the state of the EU’s cooperation with the neighbours of its neighbours and explores how the concept might help promote security, stability and prosperity beyond the countries which are formally part of the European Neighbourhood Policy. How can the EU create bridges between these regions? What instruments does the EU have at its disposal and how can it link them in order to respond to the challenges and overcome the current fragmentation? One of the conclusions is the suggestion to consider a pragmatic ’EU Strategy for the Neighbours of its Neighbours’ which addresses the needs of the broader EU neighbourhood in a more systematic and consistent manner and helps transform in the long run the ’arc of crisis’ into another ’ring of friends’.

Neighbours

Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert J. C. Stead
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"Neighbours" by Robert J. C. Stead. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Joe's Neighbours

Joe's Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mendelson Joe
Editor: ECW Press
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Outsider artist Mendelson Joe is a painter, activist, musician, and renowned "self-taughter." But to the people living in the sparsely populated region west of Algonquin Park, he is also a neighbour. With his latest book, Joe commemorates his neighbours in a series of portraits whose subjects range from Canadian musical icon Hawksley Workman to the man who installed Joe's woodstove. In Joe's Neighbours, we get a glimpse into the lives of people who have strayed from the urban grid, and in Joe, we meet a "pathological painter" who is engaged with his community. Viewed through Joe's idiosyncratic lens, rural Canadian life comes alive, and we meet a hub of artists, activists, and offbeat characters who truly embody Joe's vision of neighbourliness.

Neighbours:New Est Ils 114

Neighbours:New Est Ils 114 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Howard Bracey
Editor: Routledge
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First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Neighbours and Nationals in an African City Ward

Neighbours and Nationals in an African City Ward Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Parkin
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Neighbours and Nationals in an African City Ward by David Parkin Summary

This study analyses the way in which tribal ties are maintained in the development of a tribally mixed, middle class community in Kampala, Uganda. Political independence in the early nineteen sixties in much of Africa created expectations of increased development, education and living standards. There was hope that ethnic tensions arising from false colonial boundaries might be transcended by newly emerging socio-economic status-groups. However, the new national boundaries suddenly made aliens of peoples who had migrated and settled in towns distant from their home countries. The interplay of nationality, ethnicity and socio-economic status or class was given a new theatre. Hope was dramatically tempered by nationalist and ethnic conflicts which cut across ethnically mixed, small status groups of neighbours and friends. In Kampala, Uganda, this rapidly unfolding drama resulted in the expulsion of two Kenyan ethnic groups and polarised peoples from northern and southern Uganda. The essentialisation of ethnic and national identity imposed by colonialism was thus taken on in this new situation by the people themselves, with the result that they became 'cultural' starting-points of social and political judgement. Originally published in 1969.

Northern Neighbours

Northern Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bryden John Bryden
Editor: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748696210
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BCC approved (with endorsements)"e;How is it that two broadly similar countries, neighbours with roughly equal populations and similar natural conditions, can follow two very different development paths? The authors of Northern Neighbours claim that 'politics matter'. In their comparative history of Scotland and Norway, key factors in each county's development are thrown into relief. The result is a convincing explanation for their divergence and a significant contribution to development theory in general."e; Matthew Hoffman, Cornell University"e;In this important book we can read another exciting attempt to examine through the comparative lens the modern histories of Norway and Scotland. A team of interdisciplinary experts drawn from both countries and elsewhere in the UK have been assembled to consider the radically different historical paths of two small nations and the social, political and economic consequences."e; Professor Sir Tom M. Devine A topical, comparative study of the economic, social and political development of Norway and Scotland Northern Neighbours explores the reasons for, and outcomes of, the social, political and economic divergence between Scotland and Norway over a period encompassing 500 years, in an engaging and comprehensive way. This accessible comparative study takes a closer look at the links between suffrage, property ownership and the process of democratisation and distribution of political power, land use and reform, the relative movement of populations, the process of industrialization, and rights of access. It offers a thorough analysis of the history of religion, education and finance in both countries, and explores the exploitation of their rich natural resources, and the resulting contrast in their fortunes. The authors also pose timely questions about the future of both countries; whether the economic and social disparities between the two can be addressed, and if the Nordic model could provide a basis for a realistic and effective development strategy for Scotland, were it to become an independent nation.John Bryden is Emeritus Professor of Human Geography at the University of AberdeenOttar Brox is former research director of the Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional ResearchLesley Riddoch is a freelance journalist, commentator and broadcastera

Strangers and Neighbours

Strangers and Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jeremy Hayhoe
Editor: University of Toronto Press
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Though historians have come to acknowledge the mobility of rural populations in early modern Europe, few books demonstrate the intensity and importance of short-distance migrations as definitively as Strangers and Neighbours. Marshalling an incredible range of evidence that includes judicial records, tax records, parish registers, and the census of 1796, Jeremy Hayhoe reconstructs the migration profiles of more than 70,000 individuals from eighteenth-century northern Burgundy. In this book, Hayhoe paints a picture of a surprisingly mobile and dynamic rural population. More than three quarters of villagers would move at least once in their lifetime; most of those who moved would do so more than once, in many cases staying only briefly in each community. Combining statistical analysis with an extensive discussion of witness depositions, he brings the experiences and motivations of these many migrants to life, creating a virtuoso reconceptualization of the rural demography of the ancien régime.

An Annoyance of Neighbours

An Annoyance of Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Angela Lightburn
Editor: Troubador Publishing Ltd
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An Annoyance of Neighbours by Angela Lightburn Summary

Neighbours – we all have them and everyone has a story to tell about them. Have you ever had a disagreement with a neighbour? Have your neighbours woken you up shouting, slamming doors or revving a car at an anti-social hour? If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions then this book is for you!

Northeastern India and Its Neighbours

Northeastern India and Its Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rakhee Bhattacharya
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317341538
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Northeastern India and Its Neighbours by Rakhee Bhattacharya Summary

This book explores — through extensive fieldwork — the link between development and security, critical to India’s Northeast, within the context of the cross-border space it shares with China, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Bhutan, and Nepal. For a long-term sustainable solution to serious issues that include illegal migration and militancy, it proposes forging economic initiatives/collaborations and addressing connectivity problems. @contents: 1. Security and Development: Understanding the Relationship 2. ‘China Factor’ and India’s Frontier 3. ‘Myanmar Situation’ and India’s Northeast 4. ‘Bangladesh’s Transition’ and India’s Borderland 5. ‘Nepal Issue’ and India East and Northeast 6. ‘Peaceful Bhutan’ and Northeast India’s Hope

PAL'S & NEIGHBOURS

PAL'S & NEIGHBOURS Pdf/ePub eBook Author: SEP BURGESS
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This is the story of the lifestyle of three lads—Alan, Ron, and Ken. They were all born and bred in a working class neighbourhood area of the Manchester and Salford dock lands during the hard times of the 1920s, ’30s and the war years of the 1940s. From meeting in the infants class on their very first day at school during the 1920s, the story follows them through the following years, which includes the buildup to the war, the eventual outbreak of war, the air raids, and the many roles played by them and their families amid the many colourful characters of the neighbourhood during the Manchester and Salford disastrous 1940 Christmas Blitz and beyond. Ken achieved his lifelong ambition to fly, and as a RAF Sunderland pilot in Coastal Command, he patrolled the North Atlantic and Norwegian Sea convoy routes, involving him and his crew, in many dangerous and harrowing engagements with the enemy and the unforgiving waters below. Ron, also declared unfit for military service because of poor eyesight, dedicated himself after the Blitz to the rescue and welfare of the many terror stricken, lost, or abandoned homeless animals roaming the streets of Salford amid all the destruction. His dedication and with local help eventually led to the vital opening of an animal sanctuary. During the course of this fiction wrapped around a fact story, it highlights the spirit of the many real unsung heroes that emerged in my Salford dock lands neighbourhood at a time when people pulled together regardless of the dangers and cost to themselves. From meeting in the infants class on their very first day at school during the 1920s, the story follows them through the following years which includes the build up to the war, the eventual outbreak of war, the air raids and the many roles played by them and their families amid the many colourful characters of the neighbourhood during the Manchester and Salford disastrous 1940 Christmas 'Blitz' and beyond. Ken achieved his lifelong ambition to fly and as a RAF Sunderland pilot in Coastal Command patrolled the North Atlantic and Norwegian Sea convoy routes involving him and his crew, in many dangerous and harrowing engagements with the enemy and unforgiving waters below. Ron, also declared unfit for military service because of poor eyesight, dedicated himself, after the 'Blitz', to the rescue and welfare of the many terror stricken, lost or abandoned homeless animals roaming the streets of Salford amid all the destruction. His dedication and with local help eventually led to the vital opening of an animal sanctuary. During the course of this fiction wrapped around fact story, it highlights the spirit of the many real unsung heroes that emerged in my Salford dock lands neighbourhood at a time when people pulled together regardless of the dangers and cost to themselves.

Neighbours from Hell

Neighbours from Hell Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mike Parker
Editor: Y Lolfa
ISBN: 1847718906
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From the Act of Union to Anne Robinson, "e;Neighbours from Hell?"e; looks at English attitudes to the Welsh. Drawing on the author's experience of the comedy circuit, cartoons, the popular press and postcards; from "e;Tours of the Picturesque"e; to the novels of Niall Griffiths, the range of reference is as broad as the writing style is witty. Stereotypes explored include the Welsh character (shifty, oversexed or verbose); the Welsh language (dead, ugly or secret code for extremists), and the landscape. Mike Parker examines treacherous policy decisions sacrificing communities to reservoirs, forestry and military ranges. And he warns of future loss through blinkered tourist and property marketing. This is fine and funny polemic with a purpose, by the author of "e;The Rough Guide to Wales"e;.

My Nutty Neighbours

My Nutty Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Creina Mansfield
Editor: The O\'Brien Press
ISBN: 1847174744
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After the strange events of My Nasty Neighbours, David and his family have moved from the city to the country — much to his disgust! David says: I'm telling you, nothing is worse than living in the country. And I should know. You think when people say 'the back of beyond' it's just a joke, but it's really a warning:Don't live here if you want to have a life! The problem is, parents just don't listen. So here we are, the Stirling family, stuck in the wilds. No one is happy — plus, I'm pretty sure all country people are crazy. Could things get any worse?

The Apa Tanis and their Neighbours

The Apa Tanis and their Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Christoph von Fûrer-Haimendorf
Editor: Routledge
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The Apa Tanis and their Neighbours by Christoph von Fûrer-Haimendorf Summary

Inhabiting a secluded valley in the Eastern Himalayas, the Apa Tanis remained virtually unknown to the outside world until 1944-45 when the author spent several months in their villages, studying their internal social structure as well as their political and economic relations with neighbouring tribes. The economy of the Apa Tanis, who knew neither the principle of animal traction nor the wheel, resembled that of certain Neolithic societies, but the methods used in the exploitation of their natural environment were far from primitive, and a developed agriculture enabled a population of some 20,000 to live in one valley of 20 square miles. Originally published in 1962.

The New Neighbours

The New Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Diney Costeloe
Editor: Head of Zeus
ISBN: 1784972657
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A group of students move into a seemingly quiet cul-de-sac and stir up their new neighbours' darkest secrets.

Britain and its Neighbours

Britain and its Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dirk H. Steinforth,Charles C. Rozier
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1000365379
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Britain and its Neighbours by Dirk H. Steinforth,Charles C. Rozier Summary

Britain and its Neighbours explores instances and periods of cultural contact and exchanges between communities in Britain with those in other parts of Europe between c.500 and 1700. Collectively, the twelve case studies highlight certain aspects of cultural contact and exchange and present neglected factors, previously overlooked evidence, and new methodological approaches. The discussions draw from a broad range of disciplines including archaeology, history, art history, iconography, literature, linguistics, and legal history in order to shine new light on a multi-faceted variety of expressions of the equally diverse and long-standing relations between Britain and its neighbours. Organised chronologically, the volume accentuates the consistency and continuity of social, cultural, and intellectual connections between Britain and Continental Europe in a period that spans over a millennium. With its range of specialised topics, Britain and its Neighbours is a useful resource for undergraduates, postgraduates, and scholars interested in cultural and intellectual studies and the history of Britain’s long-standing connections to Europe.

The Go For It Neighbours

The Go For It Neighbours Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Melissa L. Manning
Editor: iUniverse
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Rain Woodrow is an entrepreneur, both at heart and by profession. She’s not afraid to do whatever it takes to make her company a success. It’s a work ethic that is about to come in handy at home too. One night, she and her boyfriend, Cullen Dangsi, notice something remarkable happen. At a gathering of their neighbours, each stands up and pledges to work towards their highest aspirations and goals. There is power in numbers, they realise, and soon the neighbours are working together for both individual and community objectives. This cooperative spirit does not go unnoticed by the media, and soon the spotlight of public attention shines brightly on Sunlit Avenue. But that attention comes at a cost. It draws focus to those who aren’t quite as dedicated to the communal projects, as well as those who are jealous of what others are achieving. Why can’t everyone be supportive of this initiative to make each other’s lives better? Rain and Cullen work to solve the mystery, so that they can achieve their dreams, with or without the naysayers. The neighbours have a decision to make: do they allow themselves to be pulled down by toxic people—or do they work even harder to accomplish their goals with renewed ambition?

Neighbours on the Green - 'Old Wives’ Tales

Neighbours on the Green - 'Old Wives’ Tales Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mrs. Oliphant
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Margaret Oliphant's Neighbours on the Green was first published in 1889. A woman tells delightful accounts of her neighbours and friends from the village of Dinglefield Green. A book of excellent character studies of people in the Victorian era, much of which is still relatable today. Margaret Oliphant was a Scottish novelist and historical writer, who usually wrote as Mrs. Oliphant. During her career she wrote more than 120 works, including novels travelogues, histories and volumes of literary criticism. Two of her better-known fictional works are Miss Marjoribanks (1866) and Phoebe Junior (1876). Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, with a new introductory biography.

Boston Neighbours In Town and Out

Boston Neighbours In Town and Out Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Agnes Blake Poor
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"Boston Neighbours In Town and Out" by Agnes Blake Poor. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.