Rethinking Internal Displacement

by Frederick Laker (Author)
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Internal displacement has become one of the most pressing geo-political concerns of the twenty-first century. There are currently over 45 million internally displaced people worldwide due to conflict, state collapse and natural disaster in such high profile cases as Syria, Yemen and Iraq. To tackle such vast human suffering, in the last twenty years a global United Nations regime has emerged that seeks to replicate the long-established order of refugee protection by applying international law and humanitarian assistance to citizens within their own borders. This book looks at the origins, structure and impact of this new UN regime and whether it is fit for purpose.

Format
EPUB
Protection
DRM Protected
Publication date
November 15, 2021
Publisher
Collection
Page count
298
ISBN
9781800731653
Paper ISBN
9781800731646
File size
2 MB
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