Profile at a Glance: The Use of Profiling in Serbia (2011)

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The findings of this collaborative exercise informed the national strategy for refugees and IDPs with needed information on the amount and type of IDPs in need. Working closely with the government and directly involving the national statistics office provided a strong basis for ensuring the required consensus and trust in the findings. This collaborative exercise became a platform for agreement among different actors who could then work together to support particularly vulnerable IDPs.

Managed by the Serbian Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR, and the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia (SORS) with technical and financial support provided by the JIPS, the fieldwork was conducted in late 2010 by the SORS and findings were published in February 2011.

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