Solomon Islands

IDMC's Solomon Islands page provides an overview of the latest figures and key concerns facing internally displaced people in the country.

31 July 2012 | Country Page

Solomon Islands: Internal displacement in brief

The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre is no longer actively following the situation in Solomon Islands

31 December 2004 | Summary

Restoration of law and order allows for the return of the displaced

Although the majority of those displaced by the fighting have now returned home, the ethnic conflict has left an uneasy legacy

30 November 2004 | Overview


Exit Paper: Solomon Islands

With the return of Solomon Island’s internally displaced people following the intervention of an Australian-led regional force (RAMSI) in July 2003 to restore law and order in the country, the Global IDP Project is no longer actively monitoring the situation in that country.

01 November 2004 | Briefing Paper


Profile of Internal Displacement: Solomon Islands

In spite of a peace agreement in 2000, ending the civil war which forcibly displaced nearly ten per cent of the population of the Solomon Islands, a general climate of instability and insecurity has continued to prevail in many areas of the country, particularly on Guadalcanal, the country’s main island.

18 March 2004 | Country Profile


Profile of Internal Displacement: Solomon Islands

Following an outbreak of inter-ethnic violence between Malaitan and Guadalcanal communities on the main island of Guadalcanal in 1998-1999, 35,000 persons (nine percent of the national population) were forced from their homes.

16 May 2002 | Country Profile


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