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Aarhus, Denmark: A Case Study of Refugees in Towns

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By Abdullah Alsmaeel | November 2018

Aarhus is Denmark’s second largest city with a population of 336,411. The Refugees in Towns Aarhus case report looks at the integration experience of refugees within a Nordic welfare state….

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Refugees in Towns: Experiences of Integration

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By Karen Jacobsen | November 2018

In this Forced Migration Review article, Refugees in Towns (RIT) project director Karen Jacobsen presents the project, why it is of importance in our current political climate, and what the…

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Jalalabad, Afghanistan: A Case Study of Refugees in Towns

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By Wali Mohammad Kandiwal | October 2018

This case report explores the challenges faced by Afghan refugees who had been living in Pakistan and returned to Nangarhar Province of Afghanistan. It explores the returnees’ experience of reintegration…

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The Effect of the Lord’s Resistance Army’s Violence on Victims from Northern Uganda in Prosecutor V. Dominic Ongwen

This is an independent, in-depth assessment of the victims’ experiences before, during, and after the attacks at three internally displaced camps in northern Uganda. These attacks are at the heart of the International Criminal Court case against Dominic Ongwen, a former commander in the Lord’s Resistance Army. In May 2018, the report was submitted as evidence, presented, and defended before the ICC.

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Constraints and Complexities of Information Analysis in Humanitarian Emergencies: Evidence from South Sudan

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A study of the effectiveness of the Integrated Phase Classification (IPC) system, used to identify famine and levels of food insecurity, in South Sudan.

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