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Recommendations on Durable solutions for the Global compact on refugees

Durable solutions are an essential element of global refugee response and governance founded in human rights. Forced displacement violates human rights and undermines human dignity and human development potentials. Bringing an end to forced displacement is crucial for affected human beings but is also of benefit for societies and States. Durable solutions are critical to […]

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Advocacy brief on making the Global Compact on Refugees work for all women and girls

Approximately half of the total number of refugees are women or girls. To meet the promise of the New York Declaration on Refugees and Migrants, the Global Compact on Refugees (GCR) and its Programme of Action must specifically address their rights and needs at every stage of displacement. This brief presents recommendations from non-governmental organizations

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Brief on the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework (CRRF) Process

Displacement in Eastern Africa is predominantly of a protracted nature. At the end of May 2017, there were almost 13 million people displaced in the region- with 4 million refugees mostly from South Sudan and Somalia, and at least half are children. More than one million children have fled escalating violence in South Sudan, so

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ReDSS/ Somali NGO Consortium brief on self-reliance and resilience

As highlighted in ReDSS Somalia Solutions analyses for Lower Juba, Bay and Benadir, the lack of absorption capacities and the lack of reintegration support beyond the return package, there is a high likelihood that most of the returnees will head to the already overstretched and under-resourced IDP camps. The majority of the returnees are not

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Brief on early solutions for South Sudanese refugees in Uganda

Since the conflict erupted in South Sudan in December 2013 and famine was declared on 20 February 2017, over 1.5 million South Sudanese have been forced to flee, out of which 885,818 are hosted in Uganda making it the world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis. Uganda is considered exemplary for its favourable out of camp policies for

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Brief ahead of DFID/ IGAD/ EU Ministerial event on supporting refugees and host communities

The New York Declarations on Refugees and Migrants, agreed to the need for an improved global response to the refugee and migrant crisis through greater responsibility sharing for hosting and supporting the world’s refugees. This meeting which was held on the sidelines of the 11 May Somalia Conference, mainly focused on how the international community

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