Resettlement Strategies



There were a number of policy decisions which affected the resettlement of the refugees from Vietnam in the United Kingdom. Among the most important of these were; the policy of dispersal, the decision on voluntary housing allocation, the use of voluntary support groups, and the decision to put the majority of the available resources into the reception stage. Each of these decisions is inter-related as are the implications for the refugees and those who had to implement the resettlement programme.


Voluntary Agency Family Reunion Family Pedagogue Dispersal Policy Statutory Body 
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© Carol Dalglish 1989

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