Global Report on Internal Displacement 2018

4 de junho de 2018

 Some of the worst ever levels of violence and displacement were recorded in 2017, driven by political instability and conflict, complex humanitarian emergencies, failed peace agreements, urban warfare and disasters.

Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC)

Some of the worst ever levels of violence and displacement were recorded in 2017, driven by political instability and conflict, complex humanitarian emergencies, failed peace agreements, urban warfare and disasters. The international humanitarian system delivered assistance and protection to more people on the move than ever. They include tens of millions displaced within their own countries.

Conflict in Afghanistan, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Nigeria, South Sudan, Syria and Yemen continued to force dramatic numbers of people to flee their homes. Cyclones, violent storms and floods also swept across the Caribbean and South Asia, destroying vital infrastructure and leaving millions of people homeless.

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