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 project seeks to achieve. She explains how RIT’s case studies are designed, and what information they include. She also shares how individuals living in towns experiencing refugee integration can contribute to the RIT project.
Refugees in Towns: Experiences of Integration
In 2022 UN OCHA led a pilot anticipatory action intervention in South Sudan. This brief presents UN actors’ perceptions of this intervention.
This paper examines the role of marital status and motherhood on schooling experience and educational interruption, attainment, and aspirations in South Sudan and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
This brief builds on the existing body of knowledge on trauma-informed practice to explore ways that anticipatory action for displaced populations can be improved.