Issue 9 (2018)

FACTORS, WHICH IMPEDE LEGAL PROTECTION OF DISPLACED PERSONS IN GEORGIA (ON THE EXAMPLE OF GEORGIAN PRACTICE)

Abstract: The phenomenon named “internally displaced” is becoming especially striking from the beginning of 90ies of XX century. The end of the so-called “cold war” and, outbreak of internal ethnic or religious conflicts in almost all parts of the world significantly increased the amount of internally displaced people. Armed conflicts of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali after the restoration of independence of Georgia at the beginning of 1990ies made sure Georgia belonged to those states where the problems caused by internal displacement are most critically present.

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