displaced person

NOUN
  1. a person forced to flee from home or country
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  • Even while the military endgame played out in Abidjan, post-conflict development specialists were presumably drawing up plans for interventions such as disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration, security sector reform, and resettlement of refugees and internally displaced persons. Ivory Coast's development failures | Mike McGovern
  • More than half of the displaced persons live in camps with inadequate shelter.
  • Internally Displaced Persons: 250,000-400,000 (2007 post-election violence; KANU attacks on opposition tribal groups in 1990s) (2007) Kenya
  • This is important as the mortality rate after a new displaced person influx may be higher than under normal conditions.
  • Later, Reactionist writers took the view that frontier women were lonely, displaced persons in a hostile milieu that intensified the worst aspects of gender relations.
  • Jhabvala was, in her own words, “practically born a displaced person” (Gooneratne). Ruth Prawer Jhabvala.
  • Within a week the government started to send the displaced persons back to their homes, which are now cinders and ashes.
  • The camp was the scene of viTensions in Kalma rose last week after the conclusion of the latest round of peace talks in Doha, Qatar, with some groups contending they were unrepresented. olent protests on Thursday in which hundreds of internally displaced persons (IDPs) demonstrated. Spero News
  • The foreigner as colonist were special crowd of modern Shanghai' nonnative population, the displaced person form other regions were the most important part of modern Shanghai' nonnative population.
  • By now she had the look of a refugee, a displaced person.
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