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Leave No Refugee Behind: Inclusion and Forced Migration

By WHO estimates, at least 12 million forcibly displaced people worldwide have a disability. Displaced persons with disabilities face violence, discrimination and barriers to services at a higher rate than other refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs). Humanitarian actors have to protect the rights of persons with disabilities in contexts of forced migration.

Author: Light for the World
Year of Publication: 2020

Leave No Refugee Behind Inclusion and Forced Migration

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Keinen Fl├╝chtling zur├╝cklassen Flucht, Vertreibung und Behinderung

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