The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) released a new report today; Internal Displacement in Africa: A Development Challenge "highlights how internal displacement is not just an humanitarian, human rights or peace-building challenge, but also a development one."
Other recent publications on Africa include:
Darfurians in South Sudan: Negotiating Belonging in Two Sudans, Citizenship and Displacement in the Great Lakes Region Working Paper, no. 7 (International Refugee Rights Initiative, May 2012) [text]
Humanitarian Crisis in South Kordofan: The Need for a Political Solution, HPG Briefing Notes (ODI, May 2012) [text]
"It Takes the Whole Village": Assisting Socially and Economically Marginalized Women in African Refugee Camps and Post-Displacement Venues, Graduate Student Projects, Paper no. 2 (Boise State University, May 2012) [text]
Kenya: Enhancing Information and Transparency for Internally Displaced Persons (Article 19, June 2012) [text]
UNHCR Repatriates almost 14,000 Angolans; Steps up Pace of Return Ahead of Deadline (UNHCR, June 2012) [text]
"We can run away from bombs, but not from hunger": Sudan’s Refugees in South Sudan (Amnesty International, June 2012) [text]