The number of forcibly displaced people is set to skyrocket in the coming decades, as conflicts and climate crises continue to escalate globally. Most displaced people will remain inside their borders, with little access to legal rights and protections.

ODI’s report explores the international response to these internally-displaced persons (IDPs) – who suffer higher mortality and worse health outcomes in humanitarian emergencies than any other population group – and how the humanitarian system is currently falling seriously short for them.