Resettlement Action Plans (RAP) and Resettlement Implementation Plans (RISs) are professionally prepared tools in avoiding, mitigating or organizing the undesirable impacts of involuntary resettlement. RAPs are often required as a condition of financing by international financial intermediaries, like The World Bank. Most are never published. RAPs often contained details examples of the work of involuntary resettlement specialists and valuable information on the associated project and the project affected peoples.  INDR offers numerous examples of these documents.

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