Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs)

by Diana Khomeriki

Integrating Abkhaz and South Ossetian IDPs in Post-Conflict Georgia

28th June 2017

More than a quarter million people (273,411 individuals; 88,704 families of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs)[1]) remain internally displaced in Georgia, as a consequence of two conflicts in the breakaway regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.  The majority of Abkhaz and […]


The story of a woman migrant in search for a better life

by Margarita Trejo Velasco
15th February 2017

Migration is a living process, historical and current in nature. It varies depending on the fabric of sending, transit and receiving countries; intertwining lives, stories and dreams in the process. It continues to exist, no matter how many barriers or […]

A view on migration to Europe in the 21st century

by Niall McGlynn
27th August 2016

According to the latest figures from the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), 2,725 migrants/refugees have died attempting to make the crossing from Libya to Italy this year, against a total of 386 deaths for the Turkey to Greece route. As in […]