While the Jewish diasporadiasporaIn the rapid decolonization of Africa in the 1950’s and subsequent formation of nations, though, yet more internal migration was conducted, but for different reasons. Without colonial oversight, many fledgling African countries experienced periods of instability. This is almost to be expected, though, as a country or other territory with a colonial heritage is bound to represent people of different racial backgrounds and ideologies.
In response, Amnesty International and other non-governmental organizations have assisted in the internal migration of many to refugee camps. Unfortunately, these refugee camps are far from a permanent solution, and with the Darfur situation as well as the African continent as a whole, there is always the risk that more grounds for outside intervention will arise.