Displacement figures in Ukraine fail to reflect a complex reality

Gaps in Ukraine's IDP registration system mean that the scale and dynamics of displacement are not fully understood and some IDPs in need are unable to access government assistance.

03 September 2015 | Briefing Paper

Time to act: Internal displacement on the rise in Ukraine

In Ukraine, more than 417,000 people have had to flee their homes since March 2014. As the length of time in displacement increases, so do the basic needs of IDPs.

22 October 2014 | Briefing Paper


Georgia: Towards Durable Solutions for IDPs

With the adoption of the State Strategy for Internally Displaced Persons-Persecuted (IDPs) in 2007, the government of Georgia exhibited a policy shift. While continuing to maintain return as a settlement option for IDPs, the strategy also supports the integration of IDPs at their current residence.

01 September 2010 | Briefing Paper


Russian Federation: IDPs still face challenges related to their displacement

In Chechnya, armed violence and two rounds of conflict between separatists and government forces, first between 1994 and 1996 and then again since 1999, have caused some 800,000 people to flee their homes.

01 August 2010 | Briefing Paper


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