Tag: IDP policies

Book Forthcoming (February 2019)

The research-based book titled ‘Internal Displacement and Conflict: The Kashmiri Pandits in Comparative Perspective’ is scheduled for publication next month, by Routledge, U.K. The book issues a call for action for the international community, national policymakers, as well as members of civil society of relevant communities. The book opens a platform for public debate, where …

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Sudha Rajput – Forced Migration Review May 2016

My article ‘Transitional Policies and Durable Solutions for Displaced Kashmiri Pandits’ appears in FORCED MIGRATION REVIEW, OXFORD University Press, U.K. http://www.fmreview.org/solutions/rajput.html?utm_source=FMR+52+Thinking+ahead%3A+displacement%2C+transition%2C+solutions+-+online&utm_campaign=FMR+Alert+Eng+52+online&utm_medium=email

Addressing Displacement – a Revisit

#AcrossBorders and origins: Can we get smarter at preventing people from fleeing? By Flavie Halais flaviehalais29 February 2016 A family on their donkeys arrive at their new settlement in Zam Zam camp for internally displaced people in North Darfur. The nature of displacement crises has evolved. How can the international community do a better job …

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Displaced Kashmiri Pandits and welfare programs

Officials of J&K government admit that those displaced from Kashmir Valley beginning in 1989, “constitute an important part of the composite culture of the Valley and the community has made a substantial contribution in several walks of life” (Union Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad Feb 22, 20014). Adding that the ‘government is well aware of their …

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