ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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State of Research on Forced Migration in the East and North-East

Among the major aspects of forced migration in India's east and north-east that deserve attention are border and boundary confl ict, security, and refugees, the large presence of internally displaced persons in the region due to various confl icts and development projects, and mass-scale displacement due to natural disasters and environmental degradation leading to resource confl icts in recent times. A workshop organised by the Calcutta Research Group in Guwahati in February 2010 refl ected on the present body of work and future trends in research on forced migration in India's east and north-east.



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