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The Lhotsampa People of Bhutan
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Table of Contents

List of illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgements
1. Who are Lhotsampa? What caused their flight from Bhutan?; Venkat Pulla
2. Around the time of crisis; Venkat Pulla & Prahlad Dahal
3. Life in refugee camps; Venkat Pulla & Prahlad Dahal
4. Human rights and inhuman wrongs: the year in review 1990, Bhutan; Venkat Pulla & Asmita Dhittal
5. Settling in Australia; Venkat Pulla & Sarjoh Bah
6. Resettlement perspectives of Bhutanese refugees: a place called home with future; Venkat Pulla & Devika Rai
7. Spiritualty, Coping and resilience of Lhotshampa; Jennifer Woods & Venkat Pulla
8. Beyond Cultural Competence: Working across cultures in a globalized world; Narayan Gopalkrishnan & Venkat Pulla
9. Settlement planning for refugees: Australia and US; Venkat Pulla & Om Dhungel
10. The concluding theme: Survival and resilience and spirituality; Venkat Pulla
List of Contributors
Index

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"The Lhotsampa People of Bhutan highlights the plight of a highly oppressed and excluded people group whose voices have been silenced and overlooked. Venkat Pulla and colleagues skillfully examine the nuanced issues of culture, intergenerational conflicts in resettlement, human rights abuses, discrimination and exclusion, the refugee experience, and reintegration after resettlement." Vishanthie Sewpaul, Senior Professor of Social Work, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 'Despite its claims about 'gross national happiness,' Bhutan is one of the world's largest per capita producers of refugees. This book clearly challenges this happiness myth by exposing the gross hypocrisy at the heart of Bhutan's treatment of its people.' Paul Power, CEO, Refugee Council of Australia 'With the emasculation of human rights in the 'Land of the Dragon,' Bhutan is anything but a Shangri-La. I recommend this book for everyone who wishes to know about how the Drukpa treated the Lhotsampa people.' Fernand de Varennes, Faculte de droit, Universite de Moncton, Canada

About the Author

Prahlad Dahal, Cairns and Region Multicultural Association, Australia Asmita Dhittal, SAATH, Nepal Sarjoh Bah, Auburn Diversity Services Inc., Australia Devika Rai, Pokhara University, Nepal Jennifer Woods, Charles Sturt University, Australia Narayan Gopalkrishnan, James Cook University, Australia Om Dhungel, SEVA International, Australia

Reviews

"The editor and authors deserve appreciation for their passion in researching a community on which there is an absolute lack of previous literature. ... this book is successful in communicating the painstaking details of the now global Lhotsampa community. An essential read, it deserves to be at the top of the table of human rights policy makers, sociologists, anthropologists, development studies experts and of course, those pursuing research on Gross National Happiness." (Rituparna Bhattacharyya, South Asia Research, Vol. 37 (1), February, 2017)

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