Toolkit for linking research, policy, and practice on behalf of internally displaced people
Internal displacement is a global challenge. The number of internally displace persons has risen steadily since estimates were started in 1996. All over the world, authorities and communities are struggling to tackle the difficulties associated with internally displaced individuals and groups.
Drawing on seven years of research on conflict-related displacement in Nepal, Dr. Bishnu Raj Upreti and Dr. Anita Ghimire, both of the Nepal Centre for Contemporary Research, developed a toolkit to help others design suitable interventions for so-called IDPs. The toolkit outlines specific actions that can be taken according to different phases of displacement. It is meant for use in conjunction with specific manuals related to each activity.
The toolkit can be downloaded here