Promoting the right of IDPs to be protected against forcible return or resettlement in any place where they life, safety, liberty or health would be at risk has been at the forefront of the humanitarian community’s advocacy efforts in the North Caucasus since the outbreak of the second conflict in Chechnya (September 1999), which led to the displacement of over 240,000 Chechen civilians, mainly into neighbouring Ingushetia.
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