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Return and Reintegration

This resource page complements Forced Migration Review, no. 21, the theme for which is “Home for good? Challenges of return and reintegration.” This issue focuses on lessons learned from recent return movements as well as policy concerns relating to the creation and maintenance of enabling environments for sustainable returns. The references below have been selected from Forced Migration Online (FMO), and include full-text documents, journal articles, web resources, and organizations.


See also: Durable Solutions resource page



Selected full-text documents (for more, search in the Digital Library)

Web Resources

Selected web-based information resources (for more, search the FMO website)

Relevant Organizations

Contact details for relevant organizations (for more, search in the Organizations Directory)

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Photograph of a small girl running through a war torn area in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Kabul, Afghanistan. Since the fall of the Taliban in 2002 more than 3.6 million Afghan refugees have returned to their homeland, and IDPs are also moving back to their regions of origin.
© Shawn Baldwin

Last updated Sep 06, 2011