World Wide Web Resources

Bridging Refugee Youth and Children's Services (www.brycs. org): Provides information for social service practitioners working with refugees, especially children.

Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres (www.dwb. org; www.msf.org): Their Web site provides information about the countries in which they work and the services they provide.

Forced Migration Online (www.forcedmigration.org): Provides access to a variety of online resources relating to forced migration. Offers a variety of resources, including a focus on international law.

Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (www. internal-displacement.org): The leading international body monitoring conflict-induced internal displacement worldwide. They provide information regarding people who have been internally displaced.

International Rescue Committee (www.theirc.org): Works around the world to provide assistance to refugees, both in emergency situations and assisting in resettlement programs.

Refugee Council USA (http://www.rcusa.org/): A coalition group of US agencies concerned with refugees and asylum seekers. The Web site has numerous links to information for advocates of this population.

Refugees International (www.refugeesinternational.org): An agency that works as an advocate for refugees both within their home countries and in receiving countries, such as the United States. Provides information about their projects and the situations of refugees around the globe.

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (www.unhcr.

org): The UN agency in charge of refugee issues. Its main purpose is to lead and coordinate international action to aid refugees to help ensure their rights.

 
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