The issue of children undertaking unaccompanied journeys abroad has been the focus of increasing attention, in light of the significant numbers of unaccompanied children arriving in Europe and the child protection concerns raised by this risky, and often irregular, travel. Read More
Searching for My Homeland: Dilemmas Between Borders – Experiences of Young Afghans Returning “Home” from Pakistan and Iran
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This Iran case study is one of two exploring the experiences of second-generation Afghans growing up in neighbouring countries. The research explored second-generation experiences of education, employment and social networks from the perspective of integration. It also examined the self Read More
This case study explores the complex process of reintegration, illustrating the difficulties faced by a sample of Afghan youth and young adults now living in urban and rural areas in Kabul, Herat and Baghlan provinces who have come back with Read More
This case study focuses on second-generation Afghans in Pakistan.
This is the final publication of AREU’s long-term research project looking at Afghans’ transnational networks in Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan.
Focusing on Iran, this is the third briefing paper from AREU’s long-term research project looking at Afghans’ transnational networks in Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan.
Focusing on Afghan returnees from NWFP, Pakistan to Nangarhar Province, this is the last of nine case studies from this project.
This case study examines the experiences of Afghan refugees in Quetta and their feelings toward repatriation and settlement.
This case study explored selected communities of Afghans living in Peshawar, covering dif- ferent ethnicities and phases of arrival. It looked at the livelihood strategies and support networks of Afghans who are living in Pakistan, but in this case in Read More