Citizens Of Nowhere

Citizens Of Nowhere

From Refugee Camp To Canadian Campus

Book - 2011
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An inspiring story of courage, adaptation and determinaton — a year in the life of 11 refugee students entering universities across Canada.
Publisher: Toronto : Anchor/Doubleday Canada, 2011, c2010.
ISBN: 9780385667227
0385667221
9780385667234
Characteristics: 326 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.

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Barbarajean Sep 04, 2017

An excellent account of what it's like to move from a refugee camp to Canada, and the extreme culture shock and loneliness suffered by these young students, in spite of their seeming good fortune of being selected for a Wusc scholarship. Anyone helping refugees would find this book helpful, and insightful.

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