University of Texas at Austin
This research project is meant entirely to highlight the suffering of millions of people around the world outside of their homes and inspire the addressing of this. Internally displaced people face human rights violations on all levels starting from political representation all the way to their basic needs and when their national government who has the primary responsibility, is either unable or unwilling to do something about this, it is up to the international community and civil society to ensure these rights are being fulfilled. The mainstreaming of this topic is essential to pressure influential actors to mobilize and achieve justice.
Calderon, Mayela, "Internal Displacement: Recent History, Visions for the Action Ahead" (2010). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection. 838.