Accounting for and supporting children living in internal displacement
On Universal Children's Day, IDMC will release the first estimates of the number of children living in internal displacement in 53 countries. Join us on 21 November at the launch event where the main findings from this report will be presented and discussed.
New research: Repeated displacement and premature returns in South Sudan
As the deadline for the formation of South Sudan’s unity government has been delayed again, IDMC's latest report reveals the drivers and patterns of repeated forced displacement and returns within the country and across borders.
Waking up to the millions of people displaced within their own countries
Prompted by the situation in Kurdish Syria, IDMC's Director Alexandra Bilak says that the world needs to wake up to its millions of IDPs, of whom there are at least twice as many as refugees. With UN Secretary General Guterres’ High Level Panel on Internally Displaced People recently announced, she wants the world to take notice and to take action.
IDMC’s mid-year figures reveal the most significant new internal displacements associated with conflict, violence and disasters around the world between January and June. From cyclone Idai in Mozambique to escalating inter-communal violence in Mali, find out what has driven people from their homes this year.
Al Jazeera signs a partnership agreement with IDMC
Al Jazeera Media Network signed a new partnership agreement with IDMC on 24 June in Doha, Qatar, to raise the voices of the millions of people displaced within their countries' borders due to conflict, violence and disasters.