Erin Mooney is a senior policy advisor, field practitioner and researcher on forced migration, human rights and humanitarian issues, specializing since 1992 in the protection of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and other persons at risk in their own countries. She has worked extensively with the United Nations, including as adviser to the UN Representative of the Secretary-General on IDPs (1996-2006) and as Senior Protection Adviser with the UN Protection Capacity (2006-present), as well as with regional organizations, including the Council of Europe (CoE) and OSCE, INGOs and academic institutions, serving as Deputy Director of the Brookings Institution Project on Internal Displacement (2001-6) and as Adjunct Professor of International Relations at the University of Toronto (2008-10).
The Displacement Crisis in Ukraine: Key Legal Issues
One of the most immediate and dramatic human consequences of the 24 February 2022 invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation was of millions of people fleeing for their lives. In what became the world’s fastest growing displacement crisis since World War II, nearly 13 million people—more than a quarter of Ukraine’s population—fled their homes … Continuedlire l'article