At a Glance: The Use of Profiling in Kosovo (2018) - JIPS - Joint IDP Profiling Service

At a Glance: The Use of Profiling in Kosovo (2018)

Related Topics: Durable solutions, IDP policy

The profiling exercise in Kosovo produced, for the first time, a shared analysis of the displacement situation of Albanian, Serb and Roma / Ashkali / Egyptian IDPs in Kosovo. The outcome of a thoroughly consultative process from 2013 till 2017, it provides decision-makers with a comprehensive and agreed-upon evidence base for solutions-oriented responses for Kosovo’s IDPs.

The exercise was conducted under the guidance of a steering body comprising the Ministry for Communities and Return of Kosovo, the Commissariat for Refugees and Migration of the Republic of Serbia, UNHCR and the Danish Refugee Council (DRC). The Kosovo Agency for Statistics, IOM, OSCE, UNICEF, UNDP and UNFPA were also involved in the project. JIPS provided technical support throughout the process.

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