HCR – Le nombre de personnes déplacées atteint son plus haut niveau depuis des décennies

Selon un rapport publié aujourd’hui, le nombre d’hommes, de femmes et d’enfants déracinés à travers le monde des suites de la guerre, de violences ou de persécutions a atteint le chiffre le plus élevé jamais enregistré au cours des sept décennies d’existence du HCR, l’Agence des Nations Unies pour les réfugiés. Le nouveau rapport statistique … Lire la suite HCR – Le nombre de personnes déplacées atteint son plus haut niveau depuis des décennies

IDMC – Global Report on Internal Displacement 2017

The Global Report on Internal Displacement 2017 was launched on 22 May at 00:01 EDT You can find information about internally displaced people (IDPs) from one of these pages: IDMC’s Global IDP figures IDMC’s library of research publications IDMC’s 2016 Global Report on Internal Displacement   Otherwise, please visit our homepage Source : IDMC » Global Report on Internal Displacement … Lire la suite IDMC – Global Report on Internal Displacement 2017

The small African region with more refugees than all of Europe

Hunger follows displaced people around north-east Nigeria, as Boko Haram and climate change drive millions from their homes As Ali Kawu eases his handcart to a halt on a recent morning in north-east Nigeria, it is the first time he has dared to stop walking in more than 24 hours. A day earlier, at 8am, Boko Haram militants … Lire la suite The small African region with more refugees than all of Europe

Fracking, mining, murder: the killer agenda driving migration in Mexico and Central America

  Gang violence is forcing people to flee Central America and Mexico, heading north to the United States in record numbers. Right? That’s the standard narrative: organised crime and drug trafficking have given Central America’s “Northern Triangle” (El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras) the highest homicide rates on earth, sending scared citizens packing. Indeed, Honduras ranks second, behind … Lire la suite Fracking, mining, murder: the killer agenda driving migration in Mexico and Central America

Call for Papers: Impacts of Refugees and IDPs on Host Countries and Host Communities

Nearly 65 million persons were forcibly displaced worldwide – within and across borders – due to conflict and persecution at the end of 2015. Forced displacement is not only a humanitarian issue, but also has important economic, social, political, and environmental impacts on the places of origin and destination. The development impacts of forced displacement, … Lire la suite Call for Papers: Impacts of Refugees and IDPs on Host Countries and Host Communities