Political Economy and Forced Displacement : Guidance and Lessons from Nine Country Case Studies

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World Bank
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2014-12-18T23:08:53Z
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2014-12-18T23:08:53Z
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2014-06-17
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This report was produced for the Global Program on Forced Displacement and describes why and how to conduct political economy analysis (PEA) of forced displacement. It also illustrates how PEA may contribute to understanding forced displacement crises with nine case studies: Casamance (Senegal), Colombia, Cote dapos;Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, the Philippines, Somalia, South Sudan, and Zimbabwe. Forced displacement is understood here as a situation where persons are forced to leave or flee their homes due to conflict, violence, or human rights violations. The key elements of forced displacement PEAs include: i) a review of the historical context and displacement characteristics; ii) durable solutions prospects; iii) environmental, geographic, social, political, and economic drivers, constraints and opportunities; (iv) needs of the displaced and hosts; v) existing policies, government/institutional context, and operations; and vi) recommendations. Recommendations on development policies and programs that result from a PEA characteristically fall into at least four categories, namely: i) improving access to land, housing and property; ii) reestablishment of livelihoods; iii) improving delivery of services; and iv) strengthening accountable and responsible governance. PEAs of forced displacement analyze the contestation and distribution of power and resources along with the development challenges associated with forced displacement crises. By nature of their marginalization and the frequently protracted nature of their exile, the forcibly displaced are especially vulnerable as power and resources are disputed. The purpose of conducting a PEA on forced displacement is to inform policy dialogue and operations so that the interests of vulnerable forcibly displaced populations and their hosts are effectively accommodated in resource allocation decision-making and in poverty alleviation initiatives. From the earliest design phase to dissemination of the results, the PEA is essentially an exercise in effectively collecting relevant data, analyzing these, and then marketing the analysis and its operational implications to the right stakeholders. This report is intended to be an aid in navigating these decision points and activities and to encourage more frequent and better use of political economy analysis in evaluating and addressing forced displacement.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2014/06/20324616/political-economy-forced-displacement-guidance-lessons-nine-country-case-studies
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/20815
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English
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Washington, DC
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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ACCESS TO COMMON
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ACCESS TO MARKETS
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ACCOUNTABILITY
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ADJUDICATION
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AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION
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ANALYTICAL APPROACH
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ARMED CONFLICT
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ARMED CONFLICTS
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ARMED FORCES
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ASYLUM
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ASYLUM SEEKERS
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BASIC NEEDS
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BASIC RIGHTS
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BORDER AREAS
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BOUNDARY
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CAPACITY BUILDING
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CASH CROPS
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CAUSES OF DISPLACEMENT
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CITIZEN
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CITIZEN SECURITY
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CITIZENS
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CITIZENSHIP
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CIVIL SOCIETY
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CIVIL WAR
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CIVILIAN POPULATIONS
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COMMUNITIES OF ORIGIN
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COMMUNITY DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT
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CONFLICT RESOLUTION
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CONSOLIDATION
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CONVENTION
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COPING STRATEGIES
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COUNTERINSURGENCY
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COUNTERPART
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COUNTERPARTS
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COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
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CRIME
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CRIMINAL ORGANIZATIONS
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CRIMINALITY
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CRISES
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CULTURAL PRACTICES
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CYCLE OF VIOLENCE
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DEATHS
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DEBT
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DEFICITS
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DEMINING
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DEMOBILIZATION
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DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
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DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE
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DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS
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DEVELOPMENT POLICIES
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DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
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DISARMAMENT
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DISCRIMINATION
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DISPLACEMENT EFFECTS
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DISPUTE RESOLUTION
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DISPUTED TERRITORIES
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DISSEMINATION
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DIVISION OF LABOR
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DRINKING WATER
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DRIVERS
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DRUG
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ECONOMIC CHANGE
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
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ECONOMIC GROWTH
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ECONOMIC INTEGRATION
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ECONOMIC REINTEGRATION
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ECONOMIC STATUS
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ELDERLY
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ELECTIONS
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EMPLOYMENT
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
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ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
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EQUAL PARTICIPATION
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ETHNIC GROUP
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ETHNIC GROUPS
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EX-COMBATANTS
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EXPLOITATION
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FAMILIES
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FIGHTING
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FOOD INSECURITY
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FOREIGNERS
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FRONTIERS
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FULL CITIZENSHIP
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GENDER EQUALITY
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GOOD GOVERNANCE
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GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS
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GOVERNMENT LEGITIMACY
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GOVERNMENT POLICIES
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GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS
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GUERRILLA
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HEALTH CARE
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HOMELESSNESS
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HOST GOVERNMENT
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HOUSING
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HUMAN RIGHTS
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HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
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HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS
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HUMANITARIAN AID
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HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
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IMMIGRATION
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IMMIGRATION POLICY
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INCLUSION
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INCOME
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INDIGENOUS CULTURE
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INEQUITIES
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INFORMATION CAMPAIGNS
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INHERITANCE
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INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY
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INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE
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INTERNATIONAL LAW
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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION
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JOB OPPORTUNITIES
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JOURNALISTS
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LABOR MARKET
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LABOR MARKETS
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LACK OF INFORMATION
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LAND MINES
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LAND OWNERSHIP
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LAND TENURE
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LAND USE
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LARGE NUMBERS OF REFUGEES
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LAWS
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LEGAL FRAMEWORK
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LEGAL REFORM
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LEGISLATION
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LIFE EXPECTANCY
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LIVELIHOOD OPPORTUNITIES
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LIVELIHOOD SKILLS
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LIVING CONDITIONS
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LOCAL COMMUNITIES
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LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
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LOCAL POPULATION
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LOW-INCOME COUNTRY
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MARKET VALUE
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MEDIATION
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MEETING
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MENTAL REHABILITATION
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MIGRANTS
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MILITARIZATION
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MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
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MINORITY
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NATIONS
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NATURAL RESOURCE
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NATURAL RESOURCES
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NEEDS ASSESSMENT
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NEEDS ASSESSMENTS
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NUMBER OF PEOPLE
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PARTNERSHIP
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PEACE
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PEACEBUILDING
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POLARIZATION
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POLICE
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POLICY ACTIVITIES
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POLICY DIALOGUE
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POLITICAL ECONOMY
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POLITICAL INSTABILITY
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POLITICAL POWER
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POLITICAL SETTLEMENTS
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POLITICAL VIOLENCE
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POPULATION MOVEMENTS
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PRACTITIONERS
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PROPERTY OWNERSHIP
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PROPERTY RIGHTS
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PROVISION OF SUPPORT
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PUBLIC INFORMATION
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PUBLIC SERVICES
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QUALITY OF LIFE
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RACE
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RECONCILIATION
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RECONSTRUCTION
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REFERRAL SERVICES
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REFERRAL SYSTEMS
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REFUGEE
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REFUGEE CAMPS
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REFUGEE POPULATIONS
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REFUGEES
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REGIONAL STRATEGY
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REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
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RESOURCE ALLOCATION
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RESOURCE USE
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RESPECT
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RESTITUTION
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RETURNEES
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RULE OF LAW
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RURAL AREAS
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RURAL DEVELOPMENT
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RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE
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RURAL POPULATIONS
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RURAL PROPERTY
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SAFETY
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SAFETY NET
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SANITATION
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SCARCITY OF WATER
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SELF-RELIANCE
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SERVICE DELIVERY
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SERVICE PROVISION
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SOCIAL CAPITAL
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SOCIAL COHESION
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SOCIAL CONDITIONS
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
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SOCIAL GROUP
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SOCIAL SERVICE
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SOCIAL SERVICES
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SOCIAL SUPPORT
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STATUS OF REFUGEES
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STATUS OF WOMEN
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SYSTEMS OF LAND TENURE
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TACTICS
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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
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UNDERDEVELOPMENT
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URBAN AREAS
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URBAN CENTERS
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VICIOUS CYCLE
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VICTIMS
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VIOLENCE
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VIOLENCE PREVENTION
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VIOLENT CONFLICT
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VOCATIONAL TRAINING
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VOLUNTARY REPATRIATION
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VOLUNTEER
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VULNERABILITY
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VULNERABLE GROUPS
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WAGES
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WAR
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WARFARE
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WARS
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WORLD DEVELOPMENT
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Political Economy and Forced Displacement : Guidance and Lessons from Nine Country Case Studies
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2014-10-27
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Publications & Research :: Working Paper
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2014/06/20324616/political-economy-forced-displacement-guidance-lessons-nine-country-case-studies
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Health, Nutrition, and Population
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Social Protection and Labor
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Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience
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000333037_20141027033338
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20324616
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91768
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Social Development :: Social Cohesion
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Banks and Banking Reform
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Social Protections and Labor :: Labor Policies
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Health, Nutrition and Population :: Population Policies
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Conflict and Development :: Post Conflict Reconstruction
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Finance and Financial Sector Development
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Global Program on Forced Displacement, Social Development Department (SDV)

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