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Transnational Communities for Dismantling Detention: From Manus Island to the UK

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Transnational Communities for Dismantling Detention : From Manus Island to the UK. / Boochani, Behrouz ; Flores, Diana; Sibanda, Agatha ; Mujakachi, Victor; Temboman; Fafa; Huzzard, Rosie ; Cape-Davenhill, Lauren; Sirriyeh, Ala; Lewis, Hannah ; Lonergan, Gwyneth; Conlon, Deirdre; Bennett, Bruce; Tofighian, Omid.

In: Community Psychology in Global Perspective, Vol. 6, No. 1, 25.03.2020, p. 108-128.

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Harvard

Boochani, B, Flores, D, Sibanda, A, Mujakachi, V, Temboman, Fafa, Huzzard, R, Cape-Davenhill, L, Sirriyeh, A, Lewis, H, Lonergan, G, Conlon, D, Bennett, B & Tofighian, O 2020, 'Transnational Communities for Dismantling Detention: From Manus Island to the UK', Community Psychology in Global Perspective, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 108-128. <http://siba-ese.unisalento.it/index.php/cpgp/article/view/21826/18482>

APA

Boochani, B., Flores, D., Sibanda, A., Mujakachi, V., Temboman, Fafa, Huzzard, R., Cape-Davenhill, L., Sirriyeh, A., Lewis, H., Lonergan, G., Conlon, D., Bennett, B., & Tofighian, O. (2020). Transnational Communities for Dismantling Detention: From Manus Island to the UK. Community Psychology in Global Perspective, 6(1), 108-128. http://siba-ese.unisalento.it/index.php/cpgp/article/view/21826/18482

Vancouver

Boochani B, Flores D, Sibanda A, Mujakachi V, Temboman, Fafa et al. Transnational Communities for Dismantling Detention: From Manus Island to the UK. Community Psychology in Global Perspective. 2020 Mar 25;6(1):108-128.

Author

Boochani, Behrouz ; Flores, Diana ; Sibanda, Agatha ; Mujakachi, Victor ; Temboman ; Fafa ; Huzzard, Rosie ; Cape-Davenhill, Lauren ; Sirriyeh, Ala ; Lewis, Hannah ; Lonergan, Gwyneth ; Conlon, Deirdre ; Bennett, Bruce ; Tofighian, Omid. / Transnational Communities for Dismantling Detention : From Manus Island to the UK. In: Community Psychology in Global Perspective. 2020 ; Vol. 6, No. 1. pp. 108-128.

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