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Home Away From Home| 4mins
Director: Patrick Vuonze | Producer: Patrick Vuonze
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: Uganda
Subject Tags: africa, conflict, human rights, migration, sudan, war
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
In this documentary, several young people talk about their experiences as refugees from southern Sudan during the war, and as returnees afterwards. A young woman speaks of the importance of refugees being able to find employment on a level with their qualifications in the asylum country. Other interviewees speak of trying to retain traditional customs when far from home, and of the need for solidarity among fellow-refugees. The last speaker stresses that the peaceful resolution of problems will save lives.

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