القاعدة ذات الصلة
Georgia
Practice Relating to Rule 131. Treatment of Displaced Persons
Section C. Respect for family unity
Georgia’s Law on Internally Displaced Persons (2014) states: “All IDPs [internally displaced persons] have the right to respect [for] family unity. Family shall not be artificially disintegrated or united against the will of family members.” 
Georgia, Law on Internally Displaced Persons, 2014, Article 13(1).
The Law on Internally Displaced Persons (2014) defines an internally displaced person as follows:
A citizen of Georgia or a stateless person with a status residing in Georgia shall be considered as an IDP, if he/she was forced to leave his/her permanent place of residence because of threat to his/her or his/her family member[s’] life, health or freedom caused by the occupation of the territory by a foreign state, aggression, armed conflict, mass violence and/or massive human rights violations and/or he/she cannot return to his/her permanent place of residence due to the above mentioned reasons. 
Georgia, Law on Internally Displaced Persons, 2014, Article 6(1).