FMO Research Guide: Internal Displacement -
By Cathrine Brun. Oxford: Forced Migration Online, October 2005. The aim of this research guide is to give an introduction to some of the
main debates regarding internal displacement. Although the guide concentrates on conflict induced internal displacement, causes of internal displacement
are extremely complex and the displacement of populations due to environmental change, natural disasters, and development projects is often interlinked
with and simultaneous to conflicts causing the forced movement of people.
Forced Migration Online - A comprehensive web site that provides access to a diverse
range of relevant information resources on forced migration. It is a technically and intellectually administered resource, combining specialist subject
knowledge with high standards of information management.
Forced Migration Review - A magazine published three times a year in English, Arabic, Spanish
and French by the Refugee Studies Centre of the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Presents concise,
accessible articles by policymakers, practitioners, researchers and displaced people in order to share information, experience and recommendations
on issues affecting refugees, internally displaced people and stateless people.
Monitoring Centre (IDMC) - In addition to its country-specific reports (Internal Displacement Updates and Special Country Reports),
the IDMC publishes a yearly Global Overview of trends and developments with regard to internal displacement, as well as regional
and thematic reports.
RefWorld - Refworld contains
a vast collection of reports relating to situations in countries of origin, policy documents and positions, and documents relating to international
and national legal frameworks. The information has been carefully selected and compiled from UNHCR's global network of field offices, Governments, international, regional and non-governmental organizations,
academic institutions and judicial bodies.
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