More than 1 per cent of the total world’s population doesn’t have a home anymore or because of war, conflict, persecution, violence, or other disturbances. It was at the end of 2019 at a total of 79.5 million people. The united nations refugee organisation UNHCR, had not been such a large number of forced displaced persons (idps) conducted by the organization at a Thursday, was released the report.
It is also the probability of getting smaller and smaller, and that these people will have to go back to the house, according to the report of the UNHCR. On average, were in the last decade, approximately 385.000 people at home, in the nineties, is still 1.5 million people was at stake. 77 per cent of all refugees worldwide is a long-lasting feeling out of place.
The number of people who are forced on the run, is captured, with a 14 per cent increase compared to the end of 2018. I have 70,8 million people have been displaced.
The strong growth has, according to the UNHCR, it is a result of the conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Sahel, Yemen, and Syria. During the decade-long conflict in Syria, 13.2 million Syrians have fled.
The number is also increased by the UNHRC to get a better idea of how many Venezuelans, their country is abandoned, but it is not as if refugees are to be registered.
In 2010, the number of refugees worldwide has nearly doubled. Then, 41 million of the refugees are counted.
Two-thirds of the refugees coming out of Syria, Ukraine, Afghanistan, south africa, South Sudan, and the united kingdom.