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Cooperation with development organizations has been part of UNHCR’s approach to building long-term support and finding durable solutions for people forced to flee.
Providing quality education for refugee children is vital to their future self-sufficiency and can help them overcome the trauma of conflict and forced displacement.
Compounding misfortunes – refugee women and girls lose even more ground during the COVID-19 pandemic
Women’s inherent fragility in terms of the enjoyment of basic rights and equitable welfare outcomes carries over into forcibly displaced settings. More than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, evidence shows pre-existing inequalities and vulnerabilities are deepening.
A data dashboard is helping the Brazilian Government and UNHCR keep track of social and economic integration as Venezuelans build new lives in Brazil.
In Cox’s Bazar, UNHCR created a new population list that presents comparable data on refugees and host communities to inform support for both communities.
New evidence about the socioeconomic impacts of statelessness emerges from a study of the Shona community in Kenya
Results from a UNHCR-World Bank survey provide one of the first data-backed assessments of welfare and poverty associated with the lack of nationality.
Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshi adolescents report being impoverished due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with girls experiencing the impact more intensely. Which policies should be prioritized to help adolescents weather the pandemic?
The pandemic has brought forward a set of challenges for humanitarian data activities. UNHCR introduces a set of recommendations on how to minimize the disruption, mitigate risk and reduce bias when acquiring data.
Forcibly displaced persons must be incorporated into national financial inclusion strategies, recognizing their special circumstances and legal status as an important, deliberate step towards fully inclusive financial sectors.
UNHCR launches new platform to make anonymized microdata available to organizations, partners, or individual researchers who demonstrate a legitimate need to access it.
Refugees are no different from others in that employment is crucial to their livelihoods, personal empowerment and integration into society.
UNHCR launches new database making information and statistics about forced displacement and statelessness available at your fingertips.