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This collection of external links is a directory of organizations dealing with refugee, asylum and human rights topics or provide (country-specific) information otherwise useful for practitioners. The directory contains over 3000 links to relevant internet sources and has been compiled and organized by type of organization, topic/mandate, regions and countries they relate to. This additional service has been provided to facilitate research by providing a mechanism to access information that may be relevant for decision makers and is not as such included in Refworld.

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The Border Consortium (TBC)

The Thailand Burma Border Consortium, a non-profit, non-governmental humanitarian relief and development agency, is an alliance of NGOs, working together with displaced people of Burma, to respond to humanitarian needs, strengthen self-reliance and promote appropriate and lasting solutions in pursuit of their dignity, justice and peace.

Type: Non-Governmental Organizations | Topic: Refugees / Internally Displaced Persons

United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA)

Type: United Nations | Topic: Humanitarian Assistance / Emergency Response

United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT)

Type: United Nations | Topic: Military and Peacekeeping

United Nations Observer Mission in Georgia (UNOMIG)

Type: United Nations | Topic: Military and Peacekeeping

University of Wollongong: Centre for Asia Pacific Social Transformation Studies (CAPSTRANS)

"The Centre for Asia Pacific Social Transformation Studies (CAPSTRANS) at the University of Wollongong is an Australian Research Council (ARC) Key Centre for Teaching and Research established in 1999. CAPSTRANS is one of Australia’s pre-eminent research centres for the intensive focus on social, cultural, economic, political and historical transformations in the Asia Pacific region." (from website)

Type: Research Institution | Topic: Economic Issues

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