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 Resources

Recommended Articles

  • Al-Hindi, Musa, ‘Aliens in Ein Al-Helweh’, Al-Ahram Weekly, 11-17 September 2003
  • Al Natour, Souheil, The Legal Status of Palestinians in Lebanon, Journal of Refugee Studies, Vol. 10 no 3, 1997.
  • Amnesty International, Economic and Social Rights of Palestinian Refugees, December 2003, AI Index MDE: 18/017/2003.
  • Bolesta, Andrezj, Socio-Economic conditions of Palestinian Refugees in Jordan, Syria and Lebanon, Tiger Working Papers, No. 35, 2002
  • CEPAL, Refugees in Lebanon.
  • Christoff, Stefan, Living War: Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon, Zmag, January 2004,
  • From Montreal to Ein El Helweh: Deportation, Destitution and Dignity, Beirut Indymedia.
  • Danish Refugee Council, Survey Report on the Situation of Non-ID Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon, March 2005.
  • Da Silva, Marina, Lebanon, the other Palestinians, Le Monde Diplomatique, July 2006.
  • European Commission Humanitarian Office, Palestinian Territories: Solidarity with the Victims
  • El Khazen, Farid, Permanent Settlement of Palestinians in Lebanon: A Recipe for Conflict, Journal of Refugee Studies, Vol. 10, No. 3 1997.
  • EMHRN Mission Refugees also have rights! Palestinian refugees in Lebanon and Jordan, 17 – 28 September, 2000.
  • El Sayed Ali, Sherif, Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon, Forced Migration Review, Issue 26, August 2006.
  • FAFO Living Conditions of Palestinian Refugees in Camps and Gatherings in Lebanon.
  • Palestinian Refugees: Information for Policy.
  • FIDH – International Federation for Human Rights Lebanon: Palestinian refugees: systematic discrimination and complete lack of interest on the part of the international community, March 2003.
  • Frontiers Association, Falling through the Cracks: Legal and Practical gaps in Palestinian Refugee Status Determination, December 2005.
  • Gambill, Gary, Ain El Hilweh: Lebanon’s Zone of Unlaw, Middle East Intelligence Unit, Vol. 5 no 6, June 2003.
  • IDMC, Profile of Internal Displacement in Lebanon, Norwegian Refugee Council, August 2004, with updates.
  • Habitat International Coalition/National Institution for Social Care and Vocational Training, Institutionalised Discrimination against Palestinians in Lebanon, Report Submitted to the UN Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, March 2004.
  • Haddad, Simon, The Palestinian Predicament in Lebanon
  • Palestinians in Lebanon: Toward Integration or Conflict?
  • Halabi, Zeina, Exclusion and Identity in Lebanon’s refugee camps: a story of sustained conflict, Environment and Urbanization, vol. 16 no 2, October 2004.
  • Human Rights Watch, Policy on the Right of Return – Treatment and Rights in Arab Host Countries.
  • IDMC, Lebanon: Displaced return amidst growing political tension, December 2006.
  • International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Lebanon: Palestine Red Crescent Society: Annual Report 2002.
  • IFRC Appeal 2004.
  • IRIN, Lebanon: Palestinians doubtful of Camp Improvement Initiative.
  • Jabri, Ahmed, A Refugee is a Refugee: 50 years of excluding Palestinians from International Protection, USCRI.
  • Jacobson, Laurie Blome, The Material and Social Infrastructure, and Environmental Conditions of Refugee Camps and Gatherings in Lebanon, FAFO, 2004
  • Khashan, Hisham, Palestinian Resettlement in Lebanon: Beyond the debate, The American University in Beirut,
  • Knudsen, Are, Islamism in the diaspora: Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon, Chr. Michelsen Institute, Working Paper 2003: 10.
  • Lebanon – Limitations on Rights of Palestinian Refugee Children, Briefing to the Committee on the Rights of Child, April 2006.
  • Lynch, Maureen, The Plight of Palestinians in Lebanon, Refugees International, 2002.
  • Moorhead, Caroline, Adaf: a Palestinian in Lebanon, Open Democracy, 16 -12, 2002
  • Murphy, Kara, The Lebanese Crisis and Its Impact on Immigrants and Refugees, September 2006,
  • Migration Policy InstituteMuslim Media, New Law denying property rights to Palestinian refugees in Lebanon
  • Need for Effective Measures to Protect the Human Rights of Palestinian Refugees, April 2004.
  • Palestinian Refugees: A Legacy of Shame, March 2004.
  • Peteet, Julie, Lebanon: Palestinian refugees is post-war period, Le Monde Diplomatique.
  • The Palestinians in Lebanon: Identity at the Margins. Petrigh, Cynthia, No Freedom, No Future: undocumented Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, Forced Migration Review, Issue 26, August 2006
  • Raffonelli, Lisa, With Palestine, Against Palestinians: the Warehousing of Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon, USCRI World Refugee Survey 2004 Refugees International, The Plight of Palestinians in Lebanon.
  • Response International, Mental Health assessment in Palestinian Refugee Camps in Lebanon, September 2005.
    Said, Wadie, The Status of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, May 2000. Stateless and Deported – Coalition against the Deportation of Palestinian Refugees, Persecution faced by Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon.
  • Sayigh, Rosemary, A Right of Return, Al-Ahram Weekly, 1998. No Work, No Space, No Future: Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon.
  • Shepherd, Stuart, Health and Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon, CAABU Annual Report, February 2001.
  • Suleiman, Jaber, Marginalised Community: The case of Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon, Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalization and Poverty, April 2006. Electronic General Security,Passports and entry permits for Palestinian refugees in LebanonThe Institute of Palestine Studies
  • Thompson, Peggy, Sabra and Shatila: the Forgotten Massacres, Counterpunch, September 2002.
  • Tiltnes, Age, Falling behind: A Brief on the Living Conditions of Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon, FAFO, 2005.
  • Ugland, Ole (Ed), Difficult Past, Uncertain Future: Living Conditions among Palestinian Refugees in Camps and Gatherings in Lebanon, FAFO, 2000.
  • UNRWA, The Situation of Palestine Refugees in South Lebanon, August 2006.
  • USCRI, World Survey: Lebanon, 2005.
  • Young, Michael, Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon: Worthwhile Steps before Final Settlement, Journal of Turkish Weekly Opinion, April 2005.
  • Zeidan, Ali M., Environmental Conditions in Palestinian Camps in Lebanon: A Case Study, CEPAL, September 1999.

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