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Titre City of thorns : nine lives in the world's largest refugee camp / Ben Rawlence.
Auteur Rawlence, Ben, author.
Éditeur Toronto : Random House Canada, 2016.
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Sujet anglais Refugee camps -- Kenya.
Refugees -- Kenya.
Refugees -- Somalia.
Somali-Ethiopian Conflict, 1979-
Sujet français Camps de réfugiés -- Kenya
Réfugiés -- Kenya
Réfugiés -- Somalie
Conflit somalo-éthiopien, 1979-
Description 384 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliographie Includes bibliographical references and index.
Résumé "Combining intimate storytelling with investigative journalism, City of Thorns takes us inside Dadaab, the world's biggest and most notorious refugee camp, through the stories of the people who live there. For readers of Behind the Beautiful Forevers and What Is the What. To charity workers, Dadaab refugee camp is a humanitarian crisis; to the Kenyan government, it's a "nursery for terrorists"; to the western media, it's a dangerous no-go area; but to its half a million residents, it is their last resort. Situated hundreds of miles from any other settlement, in the midst of the inhospitable desert of northern Kenya where only thorn bushes grow, Dadaab is a city like no other. Its buildings are made from mud and its citizens survive on rations and luck. Over the course of four years, Ben Rawlence became a first-hand witness to a strange and desperate limbo-land, getting to know many of the individuals who have sought sanctuary in the camp. Among them are Guled, a former child soldier who lives for soccer; Nisho, who scrapes together an existence by pushing a wheelbarrow and dreaming of riches; Tawane, the indomitable youth leader; and schoolgirl Kheyro, whose future hangs upon her education. With deep compassion and rare eloquence, Rawlence interweaves the stories of nine individuals to show what life is like in the camp and to sketch the wider political forces that keep the refugees trapped there. Lucid, vivid and illuminating, City of Thorns is an urgent human story with profound international repercussions, brought to life through the people who call Dadaab home."-- Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9780345815149 (bound)
   
   
 
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 CARTIERVILLE - Adultes - Documentaires    967.73053 R  DISPONIBLE
 MARIE-UGUAY - Adultes - Documentaires    967.73053 R  DISPONIBLE
 MORDECAI-RICHLER - Adultes - Documentaires    967.73053 R  DISPONIBLE
 N-D-DE-GRACE - Adultes - Documentaires  COLL. ANGL.  967.73053 R  DISPONIBLE
 SAUL-BELLOW - Adultes - Documentaires    967.73053 R258c  DISPONIBLE
 VIEUX-SAINT-LAURENT - Adultes - Documentaires    967.73053 R258c 2016  DISPONIBLE
 
 
 
   
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