Understanding the Multifaceted Management Problems of Refugee Resettlement in the United States of America
By: Prof. Justin B. Mudekereza
About the Book
"Impressively informed and informative, thoughtful and thought-provoking, exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "Understanding the Multifaceted Management Problems of Refugee Resettlement in the United States of America: The Only War That the United States Is Unlikely to Win" is an invaluable contribution to today's on-going national debate over immigration issues. While especially and unreservedly recommended for both community and academic library Contemporary Social Issues collections, it should be noted for the personal reading lists of students, academia, governmental policy makers, immigration reform activists, and non-specialist general readers with an interest in the subject that "Understanding the Multifaceted Management Problems of Refugee Resettlement in the United States of America" is also available in a digital book format (Kindle, $9.00)." - The Midwest Book Review
Centering on a social justice theme, this book explains the realities of the life that refugees live upon their resettlement in the United States. There are many problems in the sector of refugee resettlement in the country. Readers of this book should hope to understand the multifaceted management problems of resettlement in the United States. This is the only social war that the United States is unlikely to win.
About the Author
Prof. Justin B. Mudekereza fled the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2006 as a result of torture. He was an icon known for his many efforts for social justice, human rights, and development. Coming from a family of forty-four children by his late father, he learned to make peace, share with others, and, most of all, to fight for others whenever they are victims of injustice.
Prof. Mudekereza participated in the creation of the Conseil des Organisations de Femmes Agissant en Synergie – COFAS a women’s rights movement and worked actively with many other organizations of the civil society. The Justin Mudekereza Foundation assists orphans and vulnerable children, widows, and other needy people in the South Kivu province.
Today, after volunteering for over fifteen months, Prof. Mudekereza is the Executive Director of New Neighbor Relief – NNR in San Diego, California. This is a nonprofit organization working to help refugees in their long and difficult journey to start a new life in the United States.
(2018, Paperback, 150 pages)