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Author: Grafiati

Published: 7 July 2024

Last updated: 7 July 2024

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Journal articles on the topic "Right not to be displaced":

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Knysh,Z.I. "Guarantees for Exercising and Protecting the Property Right of Internally Displaced Persons." Bulletin of Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs 91, no.4 (December20, 2020): 130–39. http://dx.doi.org/10.32631/v.2020.4.12.

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The author has researched property relations of internally displaced persons, the peculiarities of which are determined by their legal status and the lack of sufficient legislative regulation to protect their property status. It has been emphasized that the realization of property rights occurs through the will and actions of the owner, which must fully comply with legal requirements, because the right of the owner to actions and the actions themselves – differ from each other. The difference between the content of a subjective right and its realization is, first of all, that the content of a subjective right covers only the possible behavior of an authorized person, and the realization of the right is a real, concrete action that leads to legal consequences. Therefore, the realization of property rights by internally displaced persons is absolute, i.e. absolute civil rights apply to an indefinite number of persons, except for the right of the owner. The legal categories of “realization”, “protection” and “defense” have been analyzed as integral components of the property right of internally displaced persons. It has been stated that protection is the category of the normal state of existence of the subjective right, and defense is the category of the subjective right in a violated state. It has been proved that in most cases people who have left their place of residence due to armed conflict or other forms of violence do not have a real opportunity to realize actual and sometimes legal (for example, due to the lack of proper documents on the property) possession. It indicates the need to introduce guarantees that will ensure not only the realization of property rights by internally displaced persons, but also the safety of their property. It has been offered to understand the guarantees of property rights of internally displaced persons as a set of methods, means and procedures aimed at ensuring the realization of their property rights. The author has formulated own definition and has suggested the classification of guarantees of property rights of internally displaced persons, with their division into general and special, as well as guarantees of the realization of the rights and guarantees of protection.

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Isayeva, Nataliya. "The right to an adequate standard of living, the right to entrepreneurial activity and the right to a pension for internally displaced persons in Ukraine." Naukovyy Visnyk Dnipropetrovs'kogo Derzhavnogo Universytetu Vnutrishnikh Sprav 4, no.4 (December29, 2020): 336–41. http://dx.doi.org/10.31733/2078-3566-2020-4-336-341.

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The problems of ensuring the state of such socio-economic rights and freedoms of internally displaced persons as the right to an adequate standard of living, entrepreneurship and pensions have been studied and proposals have been made to improve the existing national legislation in this area. The issue of the state of ensuring the right to an adequate standard of living for internally displaced persons and its relationship to the right to entrepreneurial activity and pension provision of such persons is covered. The issue of the state of ensuring the right to an adequate standard of living for internally displaced persons and its relationship to the right to entrepreneurial activity and pension provision of such persons is covered. It is emphasized that changes to the current legislation on the issuance of documents for the ap-pointment (recalculation) of pensions, firstly - will simplify the procedure for receiving pension benefits and social guarantees, secondly - reduce the burden on the judiciary, and thirdly - save time and money internally displaced persons for legal assistance. Thus, resolving this issue and amending the legislation will solve a set of problems, both for internally displaced persons and for the state, in terms of budget savings. It is emphasized that the solution of socio-economic problems of internally displaced persons falls on the state budget, which creates significant financial pressure. However, the state has committed itself to ensuring the constitutional rights of internally displaced persons and must therefore comply with it. Sometimes, there is not so much a need for funding as an effective mechanism for ensuring certain socio-economic rights.

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Korshun,A. "The right to housing internally displaced persons." Naukovyy Visnyk Dnipropetrovs'kogo Derzhavnogo Universytetu Vnutrishnikh Sprav 3, no.3 (December28, 2018): 45–53. http://dx.doi.org/10.31733/2078-3566-2018-4-45-53.

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Simmonite,BrianF., and MarcusJ.Chick. "Development of the Displaced Right-Turn Intersection." Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 1881, no.1 (January 2004): 11–18. http://dx.doi.org/10.3141/1881-02.

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Frenchu, Kiersten, J.Abbott, and Antony Chu. "ARRHYTHMOGENIC RIGHT VENTRICULAR CARDIOMYOPATHY: DISPLACED AND DYSFUNCTIONAL." Journal of the American College of Cardiology 75, no.11 (March 2020): 2473. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/s0735-1097(20)33100-4.

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Izarova, Iryna, Yurii Prytyka, Oksana Uhrynovska, and Nazar Shestopalov. "Protection of Rights of Internally Displaced Persons amid Military Aggression in Ukraine." Age of Human Rights Journal, no.20 (June1, 2023): e7711. http://dx.doi.org/10.17561/tahrj.v20.7711.

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This article is devoted to the study of the legal status of internally displaced persons in Ukraine in the context of the full-scale war launched by the russian federation on 24 February 2022. During the study, an analysis of the doctrinal definition of “internally displaced persons” and the rights guaranteed by it in accordance with the current legislation, developed by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, has been carried out. The article highlights the guiding principles of the international law that should be applied by the states when solving the problem of internal displacement, as well as specific examples of the measures taken by various European countries to solve this problem. Rights of internally displaced persons on right to employment and to receive special housing allowance were analysed as main guaranties. Right to free legal aid was considered as the key point guarantee for ensuring access to justice and protection of rights. Experience of states with similar experience of war (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia) were studied. The conclusions focus on the problems of effective implementation of the right of internally displaced persons to free legal aid and summarize the need to improve the effective mechanism of protection of rights of internally displaced persons, which may also be of interest for the European states that sheltered more than 8 million Ukrainians during the war.

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Giorgadze, Grigol. "Integration of Internally Displaced Persons as a Right." Works of Georgian Technical University, no.1(523) (March25, 2022): 236–46. http://dx.doi.org/10.36073/1512-0996-2022-1-236-246.

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The discussion of the issues presented in the paper leads us to say that in analyzing the ways and approaches of durable solutions to IDPs, it is important to have a broad understanding of the issue, including the characteristics of IDPs, that is derivative to their vulnerability and the need for the specific support; As well as the accurate assessment of the needs of IDPs in the process of application of the most relevant form of the durable solution and the creation of the necessary conditions for the integration process, as well as the respective adaptation of the constituent components of integration; And for the implementation of all this, to establish an appropriate regulatory framework and to develop effective mechanisms.

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Shukla, Rajeev, Vito Domenico Bruno, Giuseppe Aresu, and Raimondo Ascione. "Right Ventricular Injury due to Displaced Sternal Wire." Journal of Cardiac Surgery 27, no.6 (September23, 2012): 719. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jocs.12000.

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Adeola, Romola, and Frans Viljoen. "The Right Not to Be Arbitrarily Displaced in Africa." African Journal of International and Comparative Law 25, no.4 (November 2017): 459–81. http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/ajicl.2017.0207.

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The African Union Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) Convention is the first international treaty that recognises the right not to be arbitrary displaced in a legally binding instrument. This right gives rise to the corresponding duty on African state parties to protect their population against arbitrary displacement. In relation to the main root causes of internal displacement in Africa recognised under this binding instrument, this paper analyses the content of the right not to be arbitrary displaced and what states should do in order to prevent arbitrary displacement in line with their obligation under the IDP Convention.

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Van Esveld, Bill. "A Will and a Way: Making Displaced Children’s Right to Education Enforceable." Laws 12, no.1 (January31, 2023): 16. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/laws12010016.

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All children have the right to education without discrimination, but half of refugee children are out of school, far worse than global averages. Obstacles to education for refugee and migrant children include poverty and overstretched resources in host countries, and humanitarian donors and agencies have important roles and should ensure the right to education. However, policy barriers to education are key drivers of the education crisis facing displaced children. These policy barriers are internationally unlawful, but the children affected often lack standing under domestic law to demand a remedy. Countries with laws enshrining migrant, asylum-seeking, and refugee children’s rights to education and the European Union’s response to Ukrainian refugee learners provide examples that advocates can use to help raise the global floor for displaced children’s right to education. Advocates should press all countries to grant all children, including migrants and refugees, the enforceable right to education in domestic law.

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Dissertations / Theses on the topic "Right not to be displaced":

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Dumbrytė, Monika. "Environmentally displaced people." Master's thesis, Lithuanian Academic Libraries Network (LABT), 2014. http://vddb.library.lt/obj/LT-eLABa-0001:E.02~2014~D_20140603_110633-73688.

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The Thesis begins with an analysis of the effects of environmental disasters and various approaches of states to mitigate them. The results of this analysis evidence that while some effects of environmental disasters are more visible and easier to evaluate, as in the case of sudden onset disasters, others are less visible and grow more deadly over time, as in the case of slow onset disasters. Moreover, the effects of environmental disasters on people depend heavily on the state’s capacity to mitigate such effects. Then Author of the Thesis turns to the existing definitions for environmentally displaced people and as all existing definitions do not take into account the level of state protection available, a new definition is proposed. The new definition limits the scope to people seeking international protection due to environmental events, for which their country of origin does not offer any protection. It is analyzed in the second part of this Thesis the application of 1951 Geneva Convention to environmentally displaced people. Based on the assessment of state practice and the works of the most prominent scholars it is showed that environmentally displaced people may in fact be refugees, however, in a very small number of scenarios. The problem is that all of those scenarios are traditional refugee situations and environmental factors are not decisive circ*mstances when migration authorities determine if person is entitled to refugee status.Socio-economic rights within... [to full text]
Magistro baigiamasis darbas pradedamas gamtinių nelaimių sukeliamų padarinių ir valstybių veiksmų siekiant sumažinti jų padarinius analize. Analizė rodo, kad kai kurios gamtinės nelaimės gali būti lengviau pastebimos, tokios kaip staigios gamtinės nelaimės, o kitos sunkiau pastebimos ir įvertinimo, tokios kaip iš lėto besivystančios gamtinės nelaimės. Be to, gamtinių nelaimių padarinių sunkumas priklauso nuo to ar valstybė yra pajėgi sumažinti padarinius. Tuomet Magistro baigiamajame darbe yra analizuojami esami dėl gamtos nelaimių migruojančių asmenų apibrėžimai ir atsižvelgiant į tai, kad visi esami apibrėžimai nevertina kilmės valstybės teikiamos apsaugos, yra siūlomas naujas apibrėžimas. Šis apibrėžimas yra apribotas žmonėmis, siekiančiais tarptautinės apsaugos dėl gamtinių nelaimių, kurie negali pasinaudoti kilmės valstybės apsauga. Antrojoje šio Magistro baigiamojo darbo dalyje analizuojamas 1951 m. Ženevos Konvencijos „Dėl pabėgėlių statuso“ taikymas dėl gamtinių nelaimių migruojantiems asmenims. Atliktas valstybių praktikos ir doktrinos tyrimas atskleidė, kad dėl gamtinių nelaimių migruojantys asmenys gali būti pabėgėliais, tačiau tik išskirtinais atvejais. Be to, visais šiais atvejais paskatos palikti savo šalį dėl gamtinės nelaimės, nėra lemiantys faktoriai suteikti pabėgėlio statusą.Trečiojoje dalyje yra analizuojamas ryšys tarp socialinių, ekonomių teisių, non-refoulement principo ir gamtinių nelaimių. Analizė atskleidė, kad rimti socialinių, ekonominių teisių... [toliau žr. visą tekstą]

Carlowitz, Leopold von. "Das Menschenrecht auf Eigentum von Flüchtlingen und Vertriebenen : the right of property for refugees and displaced persons /." Berlin : Duncker & Humblot, 2008. http://aleph.unisg.ch/hsgscan/hm00241189.pdf.

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Bjoerkan, Maren. "International displacement and state compliance with international human rights standards: the current protection of internally displaced persons' right to physical security in Nigeria." Master's thesis, University of Cape Town, 2018. http://hdl.handle.net/11427/28030.

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There are approximately 65.3 million forcibly displaced people in the world. A large majority of these people are internally displaced. Of the 40.8 million internally displaced persons' (IDPs) worldwide, Nigeria had a total of 1,955,000 IDPs at the end of 2016. Consequently, Nigeria is among the countries with the highest number of displaced persons globally. A wide range of political, economic, social, and environmental factors, including poverty, corruption, and internal armed conflict, affect the population in Nigeria and contribute to internal instability. Thus, as Nigeria represents a complex and multi-layered situation of internal displacement, it makes for an interesting case study to understand international protection of IDPs. This dissertation asks whether the current protection of IDPs' right to physical security in Nigeria complies with international human rights standards. The current international legal framework in place for the protection of IDPs is relatively extensive, and undergoes continuous development. The United Nations Guiding Principles for the Protection of Internally Displaced People and the African Union Convention for the Protection and Assistance of Internally Displaced Persons in Africa (Kampala Convention), as well as general human rights mechanisms, comprehensively set out the rights and guarantees for the protection of the physical security of IDPs. Although there has been great improvement in recent years relating to the legal protection of and assistance to IDPs, the de facto implementation and enforcement of these frameworks in Nigeria is not in full compliance with international human rights standards.

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Phuong, Catherine. "The international protection of internally displaced persons." Thesis, University of Nottingham, 2001. http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.391409.

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SALES, MARIA LEILA. "REFUGE, ADDRESS UNFINISHED CREATURE: RECOGNITION AND RIGHTS OF DISPLACED PEOPLE." PONTIFÍCIA UNIVERSIDADE CATÓLICA DO RIO DE JANEIRO, 2013. http://www.maxwell.vrac.puc-rio.br/Busca_etds.php?strSecao=resultado&nrSeq=23901@1.

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PONTIFÍCIA UNIVERSIDADE CATÓLICA DO RIO DE JANEIRO
COORDENAÇÃO DE APERFEIÇOAMENTO DO PESSOAL DE ENSINO SUPERIOR
PROGRAMA DE SUPORTE À PÓS-GRADUAÇÃO DE INSTS. DE ENSINO
O presente texto tem como objetivo relatar o universo do refúgio na cidade do Rio de Janeiro; analisando os fatores socioeconômicos e culturais que permeiam o movimento de entrada e permanência dessa população no município. Aborda principalmente questões relativas aos direitos humanos, problematizando ao mesmo tempo, sua existência por vezes abstrata, fator que dificulta a inserção dos deslocados na sociedade, aumentando com isso, as fraturas existentes entre eles e o Estado-Nação. Fez-se uma tentativa no sentido de compreender quais os lugares ocupados pelos deslocados nessa nova territorialidade em que se privilegia o fim das limitações comerciais e econômicas, garantindo livre fluxo de capitais em detrimento do próprio fluxo da vida humana.
This text is intended to provide a report on the refuges universe in Rio de Janeiro by analyzing social, economic and cultural aspects which permeate the motion and permanence of this population. It approaches questions concerning the human rights, arguing at the same time its own existence, sometimes abstract, which makes difficult the social insertion of the refugees and increases the rupture between this social group and the state-nation. There was an attempt to understand the places occupied by the refugees in this new territoriality where the end of commercial and economic limitations and the free flow of capital is encouraged rather of the flow of human life.

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Carlowitz, Leopold von [Verfasser]. "Das Menschenrecht auf Eigentum von Flüchtlingen und Vertriebenen. : The Right of Property for Refugees and Displaced Persons. / Leopold von Carlowitz." Berlin : Duncker & Humblot, 2010. http://d-nb.info/1238360327/34.

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Toma, Hideko. "Displaced persons and international human rights with reference to Rwanda and Cambodia." Thesis, University of Southampton, 1999. http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.310574.

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Nayak, Ranjit. "The Kisan world and human rights : a displaced people of Eastern India." Thesis, University of Cambridge, 1999. http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.624518.

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Quesnel, Meléndez Carlos. "The Right to return and repatriation in international law, with a special reference to refugees and displaced persons in Mexico and Central America /." Genève : Institut universitaire de hautes études internationales, 1990. http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb36207049k.

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Wee, Lincoln Chung Wah. "Causing forced migration and international responsibility : a functional perspective of the subject and the identification of wrongfulness." Thesis, University of Southampton, 1996. http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.242222.

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Books on the topic "Right not to be displaced":

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Michèle, Morel. The right not to be displaced in international law. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Intersentia, 2014.

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Bagshaw, Simon. Developing a normative framework for the protection of internally displaced persons. Ardsley, N.Y: Transnational Publishers, 2005.

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Ngugi, Kamau. Baseline report: The right to information for internally displaced persons in Kenya. Nairobi: Article 19 Eastern Africa, 2011.

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Cohen, Roberta. Human rights protection for internally displaced persons. Washington, DC: Refugee Policy Group, 1991.

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Cohen, Roberta. Human rights protection for internally displaced persons. Washington, DC: Refugee Policy Group, 1991.

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Nowrojee, Binaifer. Failing the internally displaced: The UNDP Displaced Persons Program in Kenya. New York: Human Rights Watch, 1997.

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George, Chunakara Mathews, ed. Rights of internally displaced people: Asian churches' response. Hong Kong: International Affairs, Christian Conference of Asia, 2000.

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Elek, Sophia. Choosing rice over risk: Rights, resettlement & displaced women. Colombo: Centre for the Study of Human Rights, University of Colombo, 2003.

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Berghuis,CorrieK. Geheel ontdaan van onbaatzuchtigheid: Het Nederlandse toelatingsbeleid voor vluchtelingen en displaced persons van 1945 tot 1956. Amsterdam: Thela Thesis, 1999.

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Smit, Anneke. The property rights of refugees and internally displaced persons: Beyond restitution. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2012.

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Book chapters on the topic "Right not to be displaced":

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Haque, Md Mahbubul, and SkTawfiqueM.Haque. "A Right to Exist." In The Displaced Rohingyas, 52–74. London: Routledge India, 2023. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9781003228707-5.

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Ferris,ElizabethG. "Protecting the Rights of Internally Displaced Children." In Children and Migration, 97–116. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2010. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9780230297098_6.

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Martin, Kate Hannah. "Japanese and Taiwanese Approaches to Future Climate Displaced People." In Palgrave Macmillan Studies on Human Rights in Asia, 333–63. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore, 2024. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-97-2867-1_13.

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AbstractThis chapter aims to examine the role of climate change and environmental drivers in the migration decision-making of Pacific Islanders and to consider whether Japan and Taiwan may be a viable option for climate displaced migrants. The chapter builds on data from secondary sources to demonstrate how climate displacement is affecting Pacific Island populations and outlines Pacific Islanders’ thoughts and perspectives regarding a potentially displaced future. By delving into experiences of Pacific Island migrants who are now living in Taiwan and Japan, as well as detailing the experiences of recent refugees and the policies which affect them, the chapter shows how their observations could help to inform the migratory decisions of future displaced populations. Considering lived experiences could also help guide policymakers on how to make the climate migrants’ transition far less challenging than has previously been the case. To balance the chapter, the domestic discourse within Japan and Taiwan regarding accepting climate migrants is also considered. The chapter concludes that although both Taiwan and Japan have the capacity to accept climate displaced people from the Pacific Islands, their migratory transition is not likely to be smooth.

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Kälin, Walter. "Disaster Displaced Persons in the Age of Climate Change." In Routledge Handbook of Human Rights and Disasters, 346–63. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018. | Series: Routledge studies in humanitarian action: Routledge, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9781315115238-22.

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McDermott, Rónán, Pat Gibbons, and Sinéad McGrath. "Protection of Displaced Persons and the Rights-Based Approach." In The Handbook of Displacement, 109–20. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-47178-1_8.

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Green, David, Lisa Unangst, and Eriko Tomita. "Refugees by Another Name: Displaced Learners in Japanese Higher Education." In Palgrave Macmillan Studies on Human Rights in Asia, 149–74. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore, 2024. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-97-2867-1_6.

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AbstractBuilding upon a growing literature addressing the intersection of displacement and higher education, this chapter draws upon interviews with Japanese university officials to examine how so-called student evacuees are being admitted and supported by Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Japan. Analysing interviews with a thematic analysis, we find that a side door to students displaced by conflict appears to be slowly opening in Japan, starting in a limited capacity in 2017 and growing thereafter. Located at the nexus of migration policy, higher education administration, and the internationalisation of higher education, we consider this topic as reflective of policy gaps and, concurrently, promising innovation in the reception of displaced learners and refugees in Japan.

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Smit, Anneke Rachel. "Protecting Housing and Property Rights of the Displaced in Georgia." In The State of Law in the South Caucasus, 196–218. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2005. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9780230506015_11.

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Adelakun, Olanike. "Internally Displaced Children in Nigeria: A Rights-Based Situational Appraisal." In Sustainable Development Goals Series, 65–71. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-66884-6_7.

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Vandenbroucke, Gabriel Marin, Simon Gérard, and Anthony May. "The impact of the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games on the visitor economy: a human rights perspective." In Managing events, festivals and the visitor economy: concepts, collaborations and cases, 145–59. Wallingford: CABI, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.1079/9781789242843.00011.

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Abstract The overall findings of this research point to a mix of positive and negative human rights impacts of the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and on the visitor economy of the host city. On a positive note, affirmative action included persons with disabilities and from underprivileged communities in the workforce. New sports and leisure centres were built. Freedom of expression and association was reinforced by protesters demonstrating and using the platform of the event to raise issues. Several initiatives by the Organizing Committee, government, companies, and associations constituted positive mechanisms for leverage of the human rights to education and to participate in the cultural life of the community, albeit with limited long-term impacts. These wider economic and social successes associated with the hosting of the Games can positively contribute to the quality and inclusivity of the visitor economy. redevelopment, the Games' land use displaced thousands of people, violating the right to housing and several other human rights through abusive practices used by the government in the eviction process. Under the pretext of creating safe spaces for visitors and safeguarding their image of the city, the government's violence towards poor and black communities was aggravated, with the militarisation of the city impacting on the right to life, protection, education, and justice. Attempting to mask the city's socio-economic problems and undesirable aspects for sponsors and visitors, freedom of expression was undermined as protesters were targeted by the police and street vendors were driven out of public spaces.

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"Internally Displaced Persons." In The Right to Life under International Law, 594–600. Cambridge University Press, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/9781108859868.031.

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Conference papers on the topic "Right not to be displaced":

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Дехканова, Жылдыз Ахматовна, and Чынгыз Мурадельевич Бегимкулов. "LEGAL STATUS OF REFUGEES AND DISPLACED PEOPLE." In Место науки и образования в модернизации и реформировании современного общества: сборник статей международной научной конференции (Тюмень, Июнь 2023). Crossref, 2023. http://dx.doi.org/10.58351/230627.2023.93.51.002.

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В научной статье раскрывается сущность понятий «беженец» и «вынужденный переселенец». По праву, каждое государство само определяет условия предоставления гражданства, права иностранцев, лиц без гражданства, беженцев, условия и порядок предоставления убежища. Вместе с тем каждое государство должно учитывать международно-правовые документы, в которых так или иначе затрагиваются различные аспекты правового статуса указанных категорий индивидов. The scientific article reveals the essence of the concepts of "refugee" and "forced migrant". By law, each state itself determines the conditions for granting citizenship, the rights of foreigners, stateless persons, refugees, the conditions and procedure for granting asylum. At the same time, each state must take into account the international legal documents, which in one way or another affect various aspects of the legal status of these categories of individuals.

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D.Valones,Ariel, JerelynB.Adviento, Edgar Wilson Timbol, and Richard Henry Tiongco III. "RIGHT ATRIAL COMPRESSION SECONDARY TO A DISPLACED LIVER WITH PRIMARY ABDOMINAL COMPARTMENT SYNDROME SECONDARY TO AN OVARIAN NEW GROWTH." In Annual International Conference on Cardiology & Cardiovascular Medicine Research. Global Science & Technology Forum (GSTF), 2013. http://dx.doi.org/10.5176/2382-5669_ccmr13.27.

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Nasirova, Kamala. "Theoretical analysis of political aspects of international protection of refugees and internally displaced persons." In Development of legal systems in Russia and foreign countries: problems of theory and practice. ru: Publishing Center RIOR, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.29039/02061-6-192-200.

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The article is devoted to the analysis of political aspects of international protection of refugees and internally displaced persons in the system of international relations. If we look at our recent history, we can see that in fact, in the modern system of international relations, the factors that determine the international protection of refugees and internally displaced persons are political elements, political causes and threats, as well as international political and military security. Therefore, the article touches on the issue of ensuring both the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan and the violated rights of refugees and internally displaced persons through counter-attack operations of Azerbaijan in September-November 2020.

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حسين عبد الجبوري, احمد. "Forced displacement from the outskirts of Kirkuk in 2014 challenges and hopes for return." In Peacebuilding and Genocide Prevention. University of Human Development, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.21928/uhdicpgp/9.

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"Introduction: Military and political crises and conflicts have been part of the reality of many countries of the world, which are witnessing political, economic, social, intellectual, cultural and sectarian changes that have made violence and terrorism an essential material for expressing the content of the conflict and its extensions, then turning to other societies. In mid-2014, Iraq was subjected to a fierce attack by the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) on the governorates of Mosul, Kirkuk, Salah al-Din, Diyala and Anbar, which led to the occupation of some of them by the organization's forces, and thus led to the forced migration of hundreds of thousands of people to the safe provinces. Stable, the extension of this crisis and its various effects made it a strategic challenge for Iraq that requires exceptional national efforts to achieve stability and ensure the return of the displaced to their areas of residence within a legal framework of a humanitarian nature. The problem of the study: The problem of the research lies in answering several questions that were raised in the study, which are what are the reasons that led to this forced migration and mass displacement, and what are the challenges facing the displaced and displaced in Kirkuk, and how to coexist amid the charged atmosphere in the city of Kirkuk, which is threatened by invasion from Before the forces of the organization, and how to reach solutions that satisfy all parties and end this crisis and ensure the dignified return of the displaced families to their homes after the liberation of the region and the restoration of security to it. Study hypothesis: The hypothesis that the researcher starts from in order to answer the questions raised by the problematic, confirmed or denied by the data of the study. Therefore, the absence of a unified national strategy that addresses the crisis of forced displacement and mass displacement in Iraq in general and in Kirkuk in particular and responds to the requirements of their relief and return to their areas would reduce the The quality of the humanitarian response policy and achieve social justice befitting the life of the Iraqi citizen. The importance of the study: The importance of this research comes since the crisis of forced displacement and mass displacement began in mid-2014, after ISIS took control of the northern and central regions of Iraq, the humanitarian emergency in Iraq became more severe, according to United Nations estimates, as the number of displaced people in Iraq exceeded Nearly three million displaced people, while more than eight million people are in need of humanitarian assistance, and with the lack of funding by the United Nations, and the presence of the Iraqi government and the Kurdistan Regional Government also under economic pressure as a result of the war on ISIS, the protection of human rights and the provision of assistance are at risk Also at great risk. Objectives of the study: 1- Getting to know the international evidence for the displaced. 2- The impact of the characteristics of the displaced in Kirkuk and the effects of the crisis. 3- Knowing the national efforts to curb the effects of the crisis. 4- Defining the general framework for the sustainable solutions required to ensure the success of return or resettlement cases. Study methodology: The study adopted the analytical method of an inductive nature based on reality, as a method in proving the hypothesis in order to reach the research objectives. Structure of the study: The study was divided into two sections. The first section included the challenges facing the displaced in Kirkuk, which included three main axes: first the political and security challenges, secondly the economic challenges, and thirdly the social challenges. The second topic dealt with the procedures used to deal with the crisis, which was divided into the situation The government from the crisis, the position of local associations and international organizations from the crisis, and finally the proposed solutions to end the crisis of forced displacement and displacement in Iraq in general and Kirkuk in particular. Results of the study: The study reached several results, including 1- The relief programs and the humanitarian response policy were unable to mitigate the economic, social and psychological impact of the displaced, which deepened the severity of the crisis and its repercussions. 2- Doubling the national and international effort is a necessity to limit the spillover effects of the crisis, provided that these efforts are linked and encapsulated by legal frameworks. 3- Returning to the liberated areas is among the most sustainable solutions. Therefore, the return of the displaced must be accompanied by achieving stability, providing services and security. Sources study: The sources of the study varied from the reports of the High Commission for Human Rights in Iraq, UNICEF, Amnesty International of the United Nations, and the reports of the International Organization for Migration and other organizations that used to issue their periodic reports and in numbers on the tragic conditions experienced by the Iraqi diaspora, including the book The Displacement Crisis in Safe Iraq. And protection issued by the Cisfire Center for Civilian Rights in London, the national report on human development in Iraq, the reports of the World Food Program, and other sources in the course of the study. "

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Shukla,R.P., G.M.Perera, P.Venkateswarlu, and M.C.Georqe. "Heterodyne profilometer for measuring the roughness of cylindrical surfaces." In OSA Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.: Optica Publishing Group, 1990. http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/oam.1990.fq3.

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Sommargren1 devised a method for measuring the roughness of optically plane surfaces. Interferometric techniques for optical alignment2 of the sample in the Sommargren profilometer were presented by us earlier. However, this profilometer is not suitable for measuring the roughness of curved surfaces. Our present paper describes a heterodyne profilometer for measuring the roughness of cylindrical surfaces. It is based on a Twyman-Green heterodyne profilometer and uses a polarizing cube as the beam splitter and Zeeman split laser as the light source. Two collinear, orthogonal linearly polarized beams with a frequency difference of 1.5 MHz are separated by a polarizing cube at right angles to each other. A light beam of one frequency is focused on the cylindrical surface under test, while a beam of another frequency is focused on a reference-plane mirror. The reflected beams interfere at the detector to produce a beat-frequency signal. For measuring roughness, the cylindrical surface is displaced in small steps precisely parallel to its axis, and the phase of the beat frequency signal is measured as a function of displacement. Variation of the phase with the displacement provides the surface profile.

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فهد حسين, محمد. "Forced displacement in Iraq 1990-2003." In Peacebuilding and Genocide Prevention. University of Human Development, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.21928/uhdicpgp/63.

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"Summary of research / forced displacement in Iraq 1990- 2003 Prof. Dr. Muhammad Fahad Al-Qaisi College of Education for Human Sciences / University of Wasit mfahad@uowasit.edu.iq 07706925308 The process of forced displacement is one of the most severe cases that a person or group can be exposed to, and its cruelty may be equivalent to the death penalty, because it represents a moral death for all the values, ties and belonging of the human soul, and it strips man of his relationship with his homeland and all kinds of decent living, and makes him A homeless being without affiliation and communication, and the consequent economic, political and even moral problems affecting the individual or the group. In view of the peculiarity of the nineties of the last century for Iraq, as it witnessed the most violent war that Iraq witnessed after its invasion of Kuwait and the subsequent political and social disintegration and economic hardship. Many cases of forced displacement in which Iraq was a party in one way or another have been noted. Forced displacement of his people, in addition to the presence of population groups that were forcibly displaced to him, with the addition of an important matter, which is the return of those who were forcibly displaced in his lands or to his lands. The research aimed to discuss all these matters and on a number of themes, namely: The first axis: cases of forced displacement of the Iraqi people The second axis: cases of forced displacement of other peoples who passed through Iraq The third axis: cases of return of the forcibly displaced We sincerely hope that we have contributed regarding the danger of the phenomenon of forced displacement, and the fairness of its victims with regard to their inherent rights that prevent their deportation from their areas of origin in any way. "

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Lacreuse, Agnès, Joël fa*got, and Jacques Vauclair. "Left Versus Right Hand Differences in Exploratory Strategies: Facts and Relevance to the Development of Haptic Devices." In ASME 1996 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1996. http://dx.doi.org/10.1115/imece1996-0384.

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Abstract The literature provides conflicting results with regards to hand/hemisphere lateralization in haptic perception; while some papers report a left hand advantage for recognizing haptic forms, other studies indicate either a right hand advantage or no hand difference at all. Four experiments with right handed subjects will be presented, in which scanning strategies and performance were investigated when subjects touched nonsense forms by either the left or right hand. The research involved a novel apparatus and composite stimuli made of cubes whose junctions were not haptically discernible. During the inspection of the shape, the location and duration of any hand contact with the cubes comprising the stimulus were recorded, allowing thus an analysis of exploratory strategies. The first experiment implied the inspection of a target stimulus with either the left or right hand. Thereafter, subjects were requested to identify the drawing of the target stimulus displayed among different drawings. No hand differences were obtained in terms of scores. It was found, however, that in men the left hand touched the stimuli more globally than the right. In the second experiment, subjects were requested to inspect in simultaneity two forms with two hands (i.e., dichhaptic task), before recognizing the forms on the visual array. Here, the left hand outperformed the right hand. Moreover, as in the previous experiment, the left hand touched the shape more globally than the right. Results also demonstrated that only 20% of the total exploration time was devoted to a simultaneous inspection of the two forms. The two additional experiments focused on hand performance and exploratory strategies for recognizing the stimuli, instead of learning them. No hand differences were observed in strategy, whatever the mode of exploration (either dichhaptic or monohaptic). By contrast, recognition achieved by the left hand was better than that of the right hand, but this effect was restricted to dichhaptic recognition only. Overall, we conclude that this series of experiments demonstrates the reality of hand/hemispheric differences in the processing of haptic information by men. We argue, moreover, that these findings are of particular relevance for the development and use of haptic devices that are designed to display haptic information on body segments (e.g., tactile or force feedback devices). Firstly, they suggest a serious consideration of the laterality factor for stimulating subjects, in order to enhance pattern recognition. Secondly, they suggest that information presented to the left hand would be more easily processed if it was displayed globally, whereas information presented to the right hand would be more easily and efficiently processed when made available in a sequential manner. Finally, the results show a limited capacity to process two distinct sources of haptic information at the same time.

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Howard,S., and Montogomery, TX. "Long-term Coreflood Testing with Biopolymers—A Laboratory Investigation Showing How Return Permeability Improves From 0 to 100 Percent by Getting a Critical Parameter Right." In SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control. SPE, 2024. http://dx.doi.org/10.2118/217909-ms.

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Abstract A series of long-term coreflood tests has shown the importance of considering the self-breaking rate of biopolymers when designing coreflood tests of low-solids and solids-free brine-based drilling and completion fluids that naturally contaminate the core plug with biopolymers during testing. The tests were conducted with a solids-free potassium formate brine–based reservoir drilling fluid, formulated with xanthan gum and starch, which when exposed to overbalanced pressure, invaded deep into the core plug. The coreflood test simulated filtrate invasion into a water-saturated formation while drilling an injection well. In this scenario the core plug was initially 100% saturated with formation water, and return permeability was measured by injecting formation water through the core in the same direction as the test fluid filtrate invasion. Testing was conducted at two temperatures, 121 and 149°C (250 and 300°F). At both test temperatures there was a very good correlation between the cleanup or permeability recovery rate of the core plug and the biopolymer self-breaking rates, which had been measured in an earlier study. Due to the low cleanup rate at the lowest temperature, this test was terminated as soon as the cleanup rate was fully established, and the testing was continued at the higher temperature until the permeability had reached close to 100% of its initial value. The initial 49-hours cleanup with formation water at 121°C (250°F) resulted in a return permeability to formation water of only 3.8%, explaining why laboratory coreflood tests with low-solids/solids-free brine-based drilling and completion fluids containing biopolymeric additives are generally unable to reproduce or predict the excellent well performance the same fluids deliver in the field after days, weeks, or months of steady clean-up. The results also give us useful insights into what to expect when such fluids are used to drill injection wells. Although the biopolymer self-breaking rate is much higher in the low-salinity injection water, it takes time for biopolymers to break down enough in the protective ionic environment of the formate brine for the filtrate to be diluted and displaced locally by the flow of injection water. The desire to reduce fluid screening and qualification costs unfortunately often means that reservoir drilling and completion fluid selection decisions are based on the results of short-term coreflood tests. This may be the correct procedure for fluids that cause permanent intractable damage from solids plugging. However, for solids-free or low-solids fluids containing self-breaking biopolymers, relying on such short-term tests can mean that the wrong fluid selection decisions are made.

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Resende, Larissa Damian, Thiago de Abreu Silva Pinto, Henrique Marreiros Veloso Carneiro, and Fellype Matos do Prado. "Hirayama Disease: Case report of a rare case in Brazil." In XIII Congresso Paulista de Neurologia. Zeppelini Editorial e Comunicação, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.5327/1516-3180.678.

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Context: Hiravama’s disease (HD) is a rare neurological condition described by keizo Hirayama in 1959, in which growth of the content of the spinal canal displaces the posterior dural sac previously when flexing the neck at the level of C7 and T1. Thus, it generates ischemic damage in the cells of the anterior spine. In this context, we present a case report about the disease. Case report: Male, 13 years old, complaining of difficulty in grasping his right hand for 5 months and atrophy in his right upper limb for 1 month. On physical examination, the neurological changes found were: Decreased strength of the right upper limb distally, the deep hypoactive reflexes in both upper limbs. Magnetic resonance imaging of the flexed cervical spine showed stenosis of the C5 to T1 spinal canal, flow-voids prominence in the posterior epidural space (suggestive of venous engorgement), tapering and alteration of T2 signal in the C5-C6 medulla. These findings and along with the clinical history confirmed the diagnosis of HD. Conclusion: HD is a rare disease that needs to be known. Thus, the present study expands the database about the disease, which if diagnosed early, improves the patient’s prognosis.

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Lulić, Mira, Davor Muhvić, and Ivana Rešetar Čulo. "IN SUPPORT OF THE DEBATE ON THE TERMINOLOGY RELATED TO THE TERMS CLIMATE REFUGEES, CLIMATE MIGRANTS, ENVIRONMENTALLY DISPLACED PERSONS AND SIMILAR TERMS." In International Scientific Conference “Digitalization and Green Transformation of the EU“. Faculty of Law, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, 2023. http://dx.doi.org/10.25234/eclic/27441.

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The paper deals with the terminological issues concerning the growing phenomenon of people fleeing their homes and states because they can no longer live normal lives or any lives at all due to the impact of climate change. This is particularly the case in poor coastal and small island states due to rising sea levels. To date, various terms are used in the scientific literature to describe these people, such as climate refugees, climate migrants, environmentally displaced persons, ecological migrants or eco-migrants, climate induced migrants, seasonal migrants, low-lying peoples, forced climate migrants, climate change-related migrants, survival refugees, etc. These terms are also often used in reports by international governmental and non-governmental organisations, in political speeches and texts, in the media, on social networks, by activists, etc. Since there is no academic and political consensus on the appropriate term, there is also no generally accepted consensus on what exactly constitutes this category of vulnerable people. The paper provides an analysis of existing (proposed) terms and concepts and warns that some of them are ill-suited, misleading, inaccurate, and/or do not comply with (international) law and official legal terminology. This is particularly true for the term climate refugees, as the term refugee under the 1951 Refugee Convention and its 1967 Protocol does not include displacement caused by environmental factors. Without uniform terms, definitions of concepts and clearly stated rights in international and national legal systems, these multi-million groups of people cannot benefit from appropriate and effective legal protection. Based on a critical analysis of the elements of the most commonly used terms and concepts, the paper proposes to discard some of them and advocates for the legally and politically most acceptable solution.

Reports on the topic "Right not to be displaced":

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Zaman, Tahir, Michael Collyer, Rachel Sabates-Wheeler, and Carolina Szyp. Beyond Rights-Based Social Protection for Forcibly Displaced People. Institute of Development Studies (IDS), February 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.19088/basic.2022.006.

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Having a right that is not respected is not the same as having no right at all. At least this should not be the case. Failure to receive something to which you are entitled should lead to formal redress or failing that, protest. The rights-based discourse has a wider importance. If and when it is or should be used is significant. In terms of access to social protection (including social and humanitarian assistance), the rights-based discourse means there is no difference between refugees and others who fail to receive the protection to which they are entitled, such as Internally Displaced People (IDPs). This introduces two key tensions, both of which we explore in this paper. The first concerns the identification of the institution responsible for fulfilling the right, as determined in state-led/formal humanitarian system of social protection. The second concerns the alternatives displaced people may identify when Northern mandated forms of social protection fail, or when the conditions for the enjoyment of that protection are too onerous. These alternatives constitute a second system of social protection. We conclude that although they are unequal, both systems are currently necessary, even as a language of rights is only appropriate in relation to the first tension. Ultimately greater coordination and collaboration between the two systems is necessary.

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Rohwerder, Brigitte. The Right to Protection of Forcibly Displaced Persons During the Covid-19 Pandemic. Institute of Development Studies (IDS), August 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.19088/ids.2021.052.

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The unprecedented shutdown of borders and restrictions on migration in response to the Covid-19 pandemic have put the core principles of refugee protection to test and resulted in the erosion of the right to asylum and violations of the principle of non-refoulment (no one should be returned to a country where they would face torture; cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment; or punishment and other irreparable harm). Covid-19 is being used by some governments as an excuse to block people from the right to seek asylum and implement their nationalist agendas of border closures and anti-immigration policies.

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Nafakh, Abdullah Jalal, Yunchang Zhang, Sarah Hubbard, and JonD.Fricker. Assessment of a Displaced Pedestrian Crossing for Multilane Arterials. Purdue University, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.5703/1288284317318.

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This research explores the benefits of a pedestrian crosswalk that is physically displaced from the intersection, using simulation software to estimate the benefits in terms of delay and pedestrian travel time. In many cases, the displaced pedestrian crossing may provide benefits such as reduced vehicle delay, reduced crossing distance, increased opportunity for signal progression, and reduced conflicts with turning vehicles. The concurrent pedestrian service that is traditionally used presents potential conflicts between pedestrians and three vehicular movements: right turns, permissive left turns, and right turns on red. The findings of this research suggest that a displaced pedestrian crossing should be considered as an option by designers when serving pedestrians crossing multi-lane arterials. In addition to reduced delay, pedestrian safety may be improved due to the shorter crossing distance, the elimination of conflicts with turning vehicles, and the potential for high driver compliance rates associated with signals, such as pedestrian hybrid beacons.

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Chokheli, Salome. Geneva International Discussions: Russian Occupation and Internally Displaced Persons in Georgia. Eurasia Institutes, April 2023. http://dx.doi.org/10.47669/eea-1-2023.

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Russia’s military intervention in Georgia in 2008 has forever changed the security environment for Tbilisi. Borderization, Russian military and semi-military bases on Georgian territory, and Moscow’s unofficial annexation policy in two regions of Georgia are among the issues Tbilisi faces due to the Kremlin’s five-day war against Georgia. Moreover, more than 200 000 thousand people remain Internally Displaced Persons in Georgia, waiting to exercise their right of dignified return to occupied regions currently remaining under illegal Russian control. This paper analysis ongoing Geneva International Discussions involving Georgia and Russia and the prospects of reaching a consensus on a dignified return of Internally Displaced Persons to their homes. The paper concludes that currently, the Georgian Government does not hold leverage against Russia to alter the course of the negotiations process. Official Tbilisi should concentrate on the long-term objective – building trust with the representatives of Georgia's occupied regions to consider coalition-building in negotiations in case favorable changes affect power asymmetry between Georgia and Russia and the opportunity window for Georgia to affect occupied regions' decisions without Russian interference appears.

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Huang, Ying-Syuan (Elaine), Philip Vaughter, and Jonghwi Park. Bridging the Governance Gap: Protecting the Education Rights of Climate Displaced Persons in South and Southeast Asia. United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability, May 2023. http://dx.doi.org/10.53326/nkag9285.

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South Asia is particularly vulnerable to natural disasters, with millions of displacements recorded every year. Yet issues of climate-induced displacement and migration remain underrepresented in policy discourse, advocacy, and research. As a result, students in disaster-prone areas are often kept out of school during and after disasters. This policy brief highlights the common governance gaps in protecting the right to education for displaced persons in South and Southeast Asia, and provides policy recommendations for addressing them.

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Vaughter, Philip, Ying-Syuan (Elaine) Huang, and Jonghwi Park. Climate Change Displacement and the Right to Education in Small Island Developing States. United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability, July 2023. http://dx.doi.org/10.53326/lnzk2579.

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This policy brief addresses issues of education rights in the context of climate change and potential climate change displacement for SIDS residents. Challenges to adapting learning systems in the context of climate change are common to many SIDS and other countries, but SIDS also face unique challenges due to their geography, culture, and economic activities. It provides the following recommendations to build the resilience of education systems in SIDS to meet the needs of people displaced by climate change: (i) build and maintain multiple facilities that can serve as evacuation centres so schools can continue as learning facilities in the aftermath of extreme weather events; (ii) continue to develop teaching materials and pedagogies within SIDS’ education systems to be employed during times of disruption, while ensuring learners’ socialisation needs are met in the case of online or distance learning; (iii) create parallel curricular competencies between SIDS and destination countries, and advocate for access to education and training in any bilateral or multilateral arrangements for mobility and migration.

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Tran, Minh, and Reinna Bermudez. Durable Solutions for People Displaced by Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban, Philippines. Stockholm Environment Institute, December 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.51414/sei2022.050.

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This research assesses the impacts of displacement on quality of life and human rights in resettlement villages in Tacloban, a city in Region VIII of the Philippines that was hit the hardest by Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most powerful tropical storms ever recorded, displaced over four million people in the Philippines. To understand the long-term impacts of displacement from this disaster, SEI and the Philippines’ national-level independent Commission on Human Rights (CHR) began research in 2020 on the development implications of disaster displacement and durable solutions. The study aims to inform legislative and policy processes related to human rights, development, transformative disaster risk reduction, long-term disaster recovery, durable solutions and internal displacement in the Philippines. The findings presented here are the first results from this study, which will be published in whole as a separate report.

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Iyer, Padmini. Further into the Margins: A regional report on Roma communities displaced by the Ukraine crisis. Oxfam International, September 2023. http://dx.doi.org/10.21201/2023.621547.

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This research report examines the experiences of Roma communities who have been displaced by the war in Ukraine. Roma in Ukraine and in Europe have historically faced discrimination and prejudice due to widely held stereotypes among the non-Roma majority. This report highlights how Roma internally displaced persons and refugees are discriminated against, and how, whereas many Ukrainian refugees have been welcomed with open arms in European countries, the same welcome has not been extended to Roma. The report also highlights the role of Roma-led organizations in supporting displaced Roma and reinvigorating the fight for the rights of Roma communities.

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Lippman, Betsy, Rebecca Sutton, Allyson Doby, Zeynep Ilkkursun, Gulsah Kurt, Shaffa Hameed, Ceren Acarturk, and Brigitte Rohwerder. Covid-19: Understanding the Impact of the Pandemic on Forcibly Displaced Persons. Institute of Development Studies (IDS), January 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.19088/cc.2021.010.

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The Covid-19 pandemic has left no corner of the world untouched. To cite just one figure, 100 million people have been pushed into poverty, according to a recent World Bank study. The two-speed recovery from the pandemic, depending on vaccine availability, is expected to leave lasting imprints on the economic performances of countries, which data suggest will have a disproportionate effect on forcibly displaced persons and their host communities. This summary highlights key messages from research focusing on how people displaced by war and conflict have been affected by Covid 19 and its secondary impacts. Diverse lived experiences are explored, ranging from the erosion of forcibly displaced persons’ rights during the pandemic, to Syrian refugees with disabilities in Turkey, to displaced Rohingya in Bangladesh. This Research for Policy and Practice Paper sets out examples of the multidimensional social and economic challenges displaced people are facing during the pandemic and presents a series of evidence-based recommendations for positive change that could be achieved even in the most challenging contexts.

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Wickramaratne, Pubudini. Securing Land Rights of Displaced and Evicted Communities in Northern and Eastern Sri Lanka. Oxfam, November 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.21201/2020.6782.

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