When Home is the Mouth of a Shark* : Gendered Consequences for Syrian Women Refugees —

By Stephanie J. Nawyn The war in Syria has produced the largest refugee migration since World War II. According to estimates from the United Nations High Commission on Refugees, more than 4.8 million Syrians have fled into neighboring countries (with most experts agreeing that this is a conservative estimate), and are mostly entering Turkey, Lebanon, […]

via When Home is the Mouth of a Shark* : Gendered Consequences for Syrian Women Refugees —

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