Title Forcibly Displaced, Advance Edition
Subtitle Toward a Development Approach Supporting Refugees, the Internally Displaced, and Their Hosts
Author The World Bank
ISBN 9781464809385
List price USD 39.95
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Binding Paperback
No of pages 282
Book size 216 x 280 mm
Publishing year 2017
Original publisher The World Bank
Published in India by The World Bank
Exclusive distributors Viva Books Private Limited
Sales territory India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, .
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Description:

One global issue at the forefront of World Bank Group work this year and beyond is the forced displacement of people and its impact on ending extreme poverty. Forcibly Displaced: Toward a Development Approach Supporting Refugees, the Internally Displaced, and Their Hosts, prepared by The World Bank Group and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR ), looks closely at the complex realities and lives of forcibly displaced people around the world, with the aim of providing a better characterization of the crisis. The report seeks to clarify the meaning of terms like refugees, migrants, forcibly displaced persons, and internally displaced persons and aims to present a measured, evidence-based, proportional tone to the discourse surrounding the crisis. Not just a humanitarian issue, forced displacement is emerging as an important development challenge, and the development approach to providing support to it is multifold.

Contents:

Acronyms • Acknowledgements • Overview • A crisis that can be managed • Working together with humanitarian actors • At the onset—Taking a new look at prevention and preparedness • During the crisis—Managing changes for host communities • During the crisis—Reducing vulnerabilities of the forcibly displaced • Toward a longer-term solution—Helping to rebuild lives • Making the most of development finance • Notes
Chapter 1. How Severe is the Crisis?• The crisis in perspective • Some unexpected characteristics of the crisis • Insufficient data • An agenda for better data • Appendix 1 • Appendix 2 • Notes
Chapter 2. Taking a New Look at Prevention and Preparedness• To stay or not to stay? Weighing the risks • What makes people go? • There is often time to prepare before the crisis • What happens to those who stay behind? • An agenda for development actors • Notes
Chapter 3. Managing Changes for Host Communities• Initial conditions, shock, and response • Exacerbating existing challenges: the country-level impact on fragility, social cohesion, and the economy • Some gain, others lose: local impacts on jobs and prices • Strains on local capacity for service delivery • An agenda for development actors • Notes
Chapter 4. Reducing the Vulnerabilities of the Forcibly Displaced • The initial setback: Losses and trauma • The environment for recovery: Rights, location, and planning horizon • An agenda for development actors • Notes
Chapter 5. Rebuilding Lives • Stay, return, or move on? • From return to successful return • Integration in host countries: location vs. rights • Integration in high-income countries: a difficult endeavor • An agenda for development actors • Notes
Chapter 6. Making the Most of Development Finance• The main elements of a major international effort • The potential for development financing: Maximizing the use of public resources • The potential for development financing: Leveraging private capital and expertise • An agenda for development actors • Notes • Bibliography

Target Audience:

People interested in Migration and Development Studies.
 
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