Refugees and displaced persons in Georgia

Authors Mirian TUKHASHVILI
Forced migration is the most pressing problem in terms of the territorial mobility of the Georgian population. Forced migration has varied over time. Mass-scale transfer of the local population by conquerors and forced migration to other countries (Iran, Turkey and Russia) took place in the past. But there was also further organized and disorganized migrations from these countries and individuals sought asylum in Georgia. Of course, we will examine only those flows that currently present a significant problem.
Year 2013

Taxonomy Associations

Migration processes
Migration governance
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