This compendium is part of an evolving process to contribute to a growing knowledge base and to learn from experience and good practices of how resilience and mobility can be better integrated across IOM’s response to migration crises.
This study describes the development and validation of a 25-item Refugee Integration Scale (RIS) using standard scale development methodology among Somali and Banyamulenge refugees in Nairobi, Kenya.The RIS is a continuing step towards better understanding and measuring urban refugee integration, and will help to guide policies and programmes for this vulnerable population.
This Advocacy Package provides an in depth review into the practice of Housing, Land and Property rights into Somalia with practical recommendations for changes or new practices that could ultimately reinforce the aim for durable solutions for displaced populations and especially women, in Somalia.
This report seeks to identify challenges faced by IDP women living in urban settlements to exercising their HLP rights and offers realistic and practical recommendations to agencies to better understand and support displaced women's HLP rights and enable them to find durable solutions.
Uganda’s refugee laws are among the most progressive in the world. But refugee-impacted areas are at risk due to underlying poverty, vulnerability, and limited resilience
to shock further exacerbated by the presence of refugees.This study includes a legal and policy analysis and a socioeconomic impact assessment, the former complementing the latter. The study’s primary focus is on the socioeconomic impact of Uganda’s refugee law on the refugees themselves.
The report presents and analyses the statistical trends of 2015 in regard to refugees, asylum-seekers, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), returnees, stateless persons and other persons of concern to UNHCR. At the end of 2015, 65.3 million people were forcibly displaced worldwide, an all-time high, including 21.3 million refugees (16.1 million under UNHCR’s mandate and 5.2 Palestinian refugees registered by UNRWA); 40.8 million IDPs; and 3.2 million asylum-seekers awaiting a decision on their applications.