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A Developing Trend: Laws and Policies on Internal Displacement
Internally displaced persons (IDPs) are those who have been forced from their home but, unlike refugees, remain within the borders of their own countries. Around the world, there are currently some 23.7 million women, men, and children uprooted by conflict, communal violence, and civil strife.1 Many millions more have been displaced as a result of natural disasters and development projects. Cut off from their homes, communities, and livelihoods, IDPs are often in destitute conditions and vulnerable to human rights abuse.
Brookings, Bern / Jessica Wyndham, https://reliefweb.int/report/world/developing-trend-laws-and-policies-internal-displacement