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.
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.
Refugees are no different from others in that employment is crucial to their livelihoods, personal empowerment and integration into society.