Seeking Refuge: caught between bureaucracy, lawyers and public indifference
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The importance of language, culture and gender in asylum appeals
John R. Campbell (School of Oriental & African Studies)
Khalili Lecture Theatre
17 April, 2009 at 13:45
The importance of language, culture and gender in asylum appeals.
Seeking Refuge: caught between bureaucracy, lawyers and public indifference.
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