Human rights and forced migration: policy and practice
The Human rights and forced migration group concentrates on human rights research and forced migration research where policy, practice and experience are at the centre. It works in a number of countries across the world and studies torture prevention, national human rights institutions, conflict induced displacement, the impact of global policies on national refugee responses, and the consequences of protracted refugee situations on different groups of people. It works with a number of organisations and institutions to explore how policy and practice can improve and be more efficient in addressing human rights and forced migration issues.
The group's research engages with:
- torture prevention
- institutional protection of human rights
- human rights practice
- long term conflict-induced displacement
- refugee hosting
- civic aid
- global policies’ impact on national and local refugee responses
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