Addressing Internal Displacement: A Framework for National Responsibility
April 2005

This national responsibility framework is intended to help governments address the problem of internal displacement in their countries in all its aspects. Further, it should enable international organizations, regional bodies, national human rights institutions, civil society and the displaced themselves to evaluate the extent to which national responsibility is being effectively exercised and become the basis for advocacy efforts on behalf of the rights of the displaced.

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