Risk and Resilience

The number of internally displaced people is at a record high. Here's why

Children play at the Al Habbari informal camp for displaced people in Sana’a, Yemen. Image: NRC/Becky Bakr Abdulla

Vicente Anzellini

Research coordinator, Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre

Clémence Leduc

Intern, Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre


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