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E-mail address: Julie. Schiltz Ugent. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. Youngsters need to become accustomed to a future without substantial progress, or be ready to play the game of chance. Since the start of the South Sudanese civil war in December , more than four million people have fled their homes.
South Sudan has a long history of war, displacement and exile, and life in the refugee camps has become a sustained experience for entire generations of South Sudanese. One of the CRRF's key characteristics is its liberal approach towards refugee aid, which allows people to work and move freely. The SRS became further institutionalised in Uganda's Refugee Act of and the Refugee Regulations of , which explicitly allow refugees the right to work and to move and settle freely within the country.
Somewhat new in the CRRF is the focus on resilience, which can be understood in the wider evolution towards resilience in humanitarianism Ilcan and Rygiel, Since the turn of the century, humanitarian care and maintenance programmes largely limited to the provision of food, shelter and health are increasingly being reconsidered in favour of humanitarian efforts that closely resemble development projects. Such projects essentially aim to prevent people from becoming indeterminately dependent upon humanitarian aid Ilcan and Rygiel, ; Reid, , and they have become increasingly necessary in light of unpredictable refugee crises and chronic underfunding by Western donors Milner, While the camps were originally designed as temporary spaces for the care and maintenance of vulnerable people until a durable solution had been found, today the camp is being reimagined as a space in which refugees can be empowered, educated, and prepared for a future in which they will no longer be supported Duffield, ; UNHCR, c.
Several critical scholars have argued that, in adopting rationales of neoliberal governance, such projects essentially aim to prevent people from becoming dependent upon humanitarian aid indefinitely Ilcan and Rygiel, ; Reid, A neoliberal mode of governing seeks to activate and encourage individual responsibility, rather than falling back on their membership in a society that ensures the support they need Ilcan and Rygiel, ; Welsh, Within the CRRF, the camp remains a temporary space, and voluntary repatriation remains the most desirable solution UNHCR, b — which already promotes certain future options while disqualifying others.
Refugee situations are also becoming increasingly protracted, and as a result, growing numbers of people spend years living in a refugee camp for an undetermined period Milner, This raises questions as to how people make sense of this reality and imagine their futures within the camp as a place of permanent temporariness in the absence of tangible durable solutions.