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The introduction to Part II provides the historical and political context for understanding the challenges that second-generation exiles faced in the process of return and reintegration. It discusses voluntary return in relation to the legal-policy framework negotiated by the UNHCR, non-partisan bodies and political parties. In particular, it focuses on provisions made for family tracing, reunification and alternative placements for children. In terms of reintegration, the chapter discusses legal-policy and service provisions for documentation, indemnity, reparations, rehabilitation, vocational training and education. It highlights the documented challenges facing oversight and implementation organisations in terms of funding, capacity and public support.
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African National Congress Archives, University of Fort Hare (abbreviated as ANC Fort Hare)
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- The Formal Repatriation of Children and Young People
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