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Internally Displacement Information Booklet
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Every year, a number of migrants from their habitual places of residence have
been increasing across the globe. A few among these voluntary migrants, who
are also known as economic migrants, flee elsewhere from their places of habitual residence in search of better opportunities whereas a few of these persons or groups of persons are forced to flee or obliged to leave their homes or places of habitual residence, in particular as a result of or in order to avoid the effects of internal conflict, armed conflict, communal violence, natural disaster or adverse environmental conditions. If persons or groups of persons in similar circumstances are displaced without having to cross the internationally recognized border of his/her home country, it is known as the Internal Displacement. There were an estimated 60 million Internally Displaced Persons around the world till 1970 whereas this figure has increased to 250 million over the years. The main responsibility of National Human Rights Commission mandated as a constitutional body by the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063 is the protection and promotion of human rights. In the process of promotion of human rights, the commission has been publishing different information related materials and reports on the different human rights issues. Likewise, this Internally Displacement Informatoion Booklet is publicizes. It is believed that this publication might help to make known to the publics on the subjects of what the internal displacement is, status of IDP's in Nepal, what are the rights of IDPs? the effort made on the issue of IDP. The number of IDPs is being increased in Nepal day to day due to armed conflict in past, natural disasters on different time and development projects. In CPA dated on 21 November 2006, 23 points Agreement dated on 23 December 2007 between SPA and CPN Maoists, there is the situation of ensured commitment for rehabilitation to the IDPs and return the occupied land and property. However this issue is addressed in every steps of Peace Accord at present in reference to Nepal here is the subject of severe problem of no proper management of internally displaced peoples who were displaced due to armed conflict. No remarkable
success has been seen still to solve the problem of IDPs who were victimized by
the human rights violations and abuses in the past.
Publisher:
NHRC/UNDP ,   (2008 )
Type / Script:
Publication in English
Keywords:
COMMUNAL VIOLENCE, FORCED MIGRATION, RIGHT TO REPATRIATION, POPULATION TRANSFERS, PEACE AND RECONSTRUCTION, REINTEGRATION, SEXUAL EXPLOITATION, MILITARY ACTIVITIES, VICTIMS, LAND ACQUIREMENT, PROPERTY, POVERTY, NUTRITIOUS FOOD, RELIEF AND REHABILITATION, HUMAN RIGHTS, LOOT AND ARSON, TRAUMA, HUMANITARIAN LAW, FEAR OF KILLING, ABDUCTION, HUMAN MADE DISASTER, SAFETY AND SECURITY, INTERNAL CONFLICT, INTERNALLY DISPLACED, ARMED CONFLICT, LAWS AND LEGISLATIONS
Thematic Group:
 UNDP : Social and Institutional Developoment
Thesaurus:
13.01.00  -  Protection Of And Assistance To Refugees And Displaced Persons
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