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An introductory guide to understanding and claiming housing, land and property restitution rights in Myanmar: questions and answersNorwegian Refugee Council, 2017Restitution means the process of returning to one’s home after displacement and achieving the recovery of one’s land.Document
A framework for resolving displacement in Myanmar: the United Nations "Pinheiro Principles" on housing and property restitution for refugees and displaced personsNorwegian Refugee Council, 2017Housing, land and property (HLP) restitution rights are essential elements to peace and reconciliation efforts aiming to fairly and sustainably overcoming situations of forced displacement.Document
Restitution in Myanmar: building lasting peace, national rconciliation and economic prosperity through a comprehensive housing, land and property restitution programmeNorwegian Refugee Council, 2017The question of housing, land and property (HLP) restitution has received increased attention over the past several years throughout Myanmar as the country continues to consolidate recent democratic gains and political reforms.Document
Myanmar: increasing displacement as fighting resumes in the East: a profile of the internal displacement situationInternal Displacement Monitoring Centre, 2010This report documents the human rights violations against the people of Myanmar. It provides information on the political background, causes of displacement, and information by state. It also discusses patterns of displacement, phsical security and freedom of movement, subsistence needs, access to education, and national and international responses.