FMO provides a collection of free resources relating to refugees and forced migration, including an on-line, digital library and research resources organized by theme and country.
The Palestinian Refugee ResearchNet contains a variety of scholarly information and research on the Palestinian refugee issue.
PRO ASYL is a network of refugee councils, churches, unions as well as welfare and human rights organizations, that seek to shape and effect public policy on refugees in Germany.
The Project, operated by the University of Sydney, provides access to publications and resource links related to international migration.
CMS is an educational institute and think tank devoted to the study of international migration and provides access to relevant research, including journals, occasional papers, and conference presentations.
The IDMC provides information, publications and analysis on internal displacement worldwide.
The International Migration Research Centre provides a variety of resources related to international migration and mobility, including films and webcasts, publications, and policy documents.
The Migration Policy Institute provides analysis, development, and evaluation of migration and refugee policies at local, national, and international levels. Their site provides access to news, data, and publications.
The Refugee Research Network, run by the University of Michigan Law School, is an international network of researchers and research centers committed to the study of refugee and forced migration issues. They have a searchable on-line library, resources and membership networking.
The UNHCR provides several forms of on-line resources, including maps, statistics, publications, evaluation reports and Refworld, which contains a vast collection of documents used to help make decisions on refugee status.