Human Rights and Refugee Initiatives Brochure
The UN Refugee Agency estimates more than 65 million individuals are fleeing their homes due to war, persecution, and violence. Reinforcing a protection and development nexus is critical to forming policy, practice, and systems change that will serve crisis and conflict protection interests as well as the long-term development context.
This work focuses on refugees, internally displaced (IDPs), and stateless populations, and new forms of displacement, such as environmentally displaced persons, victims of human trafficking and other forms of violence, and other forced migrant categories. We explore both durable solutions and migration management in terms of integration, return, and resettlement as well as address research, policy, practice, and system change in low-, medium-, and high-income settings.