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Forced displacement or forced immigration is the coerced movement of a person or people away from their home or home region and it often connotes violent coercion someone who has experienced forced displacement is a forced immigrant, a displaced person (dp), rarely also a displacee, or if it is within the same country, an internally displaced person (idp. Women were granted the right to vote exactly 96 years ago on friday it's a day to celebrate how far we've come, but even more, it's a day to inspire one another continue the fight for equality a joint resolution of congress in 1971 declared august 26th women's equality day. The term refugee, like the people it describes, can cover a lot of ground politicians, aid workers, academics, and the press often approach the word from different angles, and with varying ideas of the rights, roles, and responsibilities the term implies. British imperialism essay adam dees dr herman woh1030 2 april 2015 impact of british imperialism in the late 1800’s, european nations only controlled about 10 percent of the continent of africa, france to the north and britain to the south (edgar, 2008.
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