Turkey Regional Resilience Plan 2016-2017
Educating Syrian Youth in Jordan: Holistic Approaches to Emergency Response
Jordan Response Platform for the Syria Crisis 2016-2018
Migration EU eXpertise 2009-2015 : advancing Migration Cooperation with Partner Countries through Demand-Driven, Peer-to-Peer Expertise
2015 in review: how Europe reacted to the Refugee Crisis
The Impact of the Syrian Refugee Crisis on the Jordanian Labor Market
Mediterranean Update: Migration Flows Europe- Arrivals and Fatalities
Regional Refugee and Migrant Response Plan for Europe
Managing the Refugee Crisis: Western Balkans Route Progress Report
Learning in the Face of Adversity: the UNRWA Education Program for Palestinian Refugees
Refugee Livelihoods and the Private Sector: Ugandan Case Study
Managing the Refugee Crisis: Italy Progress Report
Migration Initiatives 2015 - Middle East and North Africa
An Effective Asylum Responsibility-Sharing Mechanism
Refugee Economies: Rethinking Popular Assumptions
Compendium on Good and Innovative Practices in the Regional Response to the Syria Crisis
Right to a Future-Joint Agency Briefing Paper
Heat, Light and Power for Refugees
3RP Regional Guidance Kit for Planning 2016
Overview: 2016 Syria Humanitarian Response Plan & 2016-2017 Regional Refugee Resilience Plan
Targeting Vulnerabilities-The Impacts of the Syrian War and the Refugee Situation on Trafficking in Persons: A Study of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq
Ensuring Quality Education for Young Syrian Refugees-A Mapping Exercise
Refugees: Municipalities at the Frontline
Mar 31, 2016 / Blog entry
Report from a “Moving” Mission in the Mediterranean (1)
Refugees, migration and mobility of persons have never been alien to the Mediterranean region; on the contrary history proves that the movement of individuals - for its different purposes - has always been an integral characteristic and reality in the region. Due to the protracted conflict...
Mediterranean Refugees and Migrants Newsletter - Issue 2
3RP Refugee and Resilience Plan 2016-2017 Regional Strategic Overview
The Impact of Syrian Businesses in Turkey
Mar 21, 2016 / Blog entry
In Turkey, as in other countries, refugees are often seen as an unmitigated burden, taking jobs from locals, straining public resources, and stoking fears of rising crime and terrorism. Clearly there are significant costs and risks shouldered by host countries, but there is another side to the story—the contributions made by refugees as they bring...
Syria: “One of the three Reasons why Migrants leave is to find Electricity, after Security and Employment!”
Mar 16, 2016 / Blog entry
International community programs must not only focus on the countries which host the most Syrian refugees – Lebanon and Jordan –, but must also take Syria into account. This is the view put forward by Abdallah Al Dardari, former Minister of Planning in Syria and Deputy Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for...
How do we Measure Impacts of Refugees and IDPs on Host Countries and Host Communities?
Mar 15, 2016 / Blog entry
Nearly 60 million persons were forcibly displaced worldwide due to conflict and persecution at the end of 2014—the highest number since World War II. Forced displacement is not only a humanitarian issue, but also has important economic, social, political, and environmental impacts on the places of origin and destination. The development impacts of...
Syria conflict at 5 years: the biggest refugee and displacement crisis of our time demands a huge surge in solidarity
Strengthening the Global Response to Forced Displacement
Mar 15, 2016 / Blog entry
With the refugee crisis gaining the world’s attention since war broke out in Syria, many ideas have been raised to address forced displacement, both in the Middle East and in countries around the world. Displacement has emerged as a critical development challenge, one that affects not only the people displaced but also the communities hosting them...