Are children born to IDPs also IDPs? If so, until when? IDMC discusses the risks and issues surrounding children born in displacement
27 June 2014 | Publication
IDMC attempts to unpack the question: are children born to internally displaced people (IDPs) themselves IDPs, and what are the impacts?
27 June 2014 | Blog Post
Most IDPs returned to their homes following the conflict, but a survey reported that some still had not returned to border areas because of the insecurity and the poor economic conditions
31 December 2013 | Summary
IDMC's Armenia page provides an overview of the latest figures and key concerns facing internally displaced people in the country.
31 July 2012 | Country Page
Some 20 years after the beginning of Armenia’s war with Azerbaijan and related violence, the 8,400 people internally displaced by the conflict have received hardly any government attention because other larger refugee and internally displaced groups have made competing demands on the state budget in a time of economic transition and crisis. International organisations have also largely neglected their plight.
23 February 2010 | Country Profile
Remaining IDPs will not achieve durable solutions until their specific needs are identified and addressed, reconciliation initiatives established and a peace agreement is realised
23 February 2010 | Overview
The Government of Armenia estimates that around 72,000 people are internally displaced as a result of the war with Azerbaijan over the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh (1992-1994). This figure includes an undetermined number of refugees from Azerbaijan who were initially settled inside Armenia and then became displaced again due to military operations in the border areas (UNHCHR 6 November 2000, paras 9, 11).
03 June 2003 | Country Profile