Refugio.

La Sordera de los “Significados Lingüísticos”

  • Bernardo Navarrete Universidad de Santiago
Palabras clave: Refugio, migración forzada, reasentamiento, personas desplazadas

Resumen

El concepto de refugio tiene conceptualmente hablando múltiples implicancias para los gobiernos y las personas que migran en esa condición o buscan que se les reconozca dicha condición. A partir de un análisis de la literatura disponible se muestra que las definiciones no son neutras y tienen implicancias sobre la vida de los refugiados ya que generan leyes, políticas, planes y programas que modelan y restringen las respuestas institucionalizadas.

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2021-07-02