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Making Internal Displacement Statistics a Reality: Regional Capacity Building Support in Central America

By JIPS / 17.Jan.2023
Leer en español ↓ Capacity development is firmly anchored in both JIPS’ Strategy 2021-2023 and a core element of the third mandate of the Expert...
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Making IDPs Visible in Chihuahua, Mexico: From Evidence to Action

By Andres Lizcano Rodriguez (JIPS) / 12.Oct.2022
Leer en español ↓ This Friday, October 14th 2022, line ministries of the Government of the Mexican State of Chihuahua are submitting their 2023 budget...
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More of the Same Not Good Enough: JIPS launches the Collaborative Leadership Programme

By JIPS / 11.Oct.2022
Recognizing the scale of internal displacement across the globe, with many displaced individuals remaining uprooted for over two decades, there has never been a more...
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Improving Official Statistics on Internal Displacement in Somalia: Multi-Stakeholder Workshop & Key Recommendations

By JIPS / 2.Sep.2022
Somalia as a nation, continues to face multiple challenges in finding durable solutions for the estimated 3 million Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) who have been...
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Leaving No One Behind: Insights from Capacity Development on IDP Statistics Through EGRISS

By Corina Demottaz, Oscar Rico / 26.Aug.2022
In recent years, we have seen increasing attention on making official statistics and other data sources more inclusive. The ‘Leave No One Behind’ agenda propelled...
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[Webinar] Community Engagement in Displacement Studies: Shifts in Practice and Mindset Needed for Meaningful Participation

By JIPS / 20.Jul.2022
It is widely acknowledged that engaging displacement-affected communities is critical to ensuring more accountability towards them, obtaining better quality data and analysis, and achieving more...
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[Webinar] Area-Based Approaches in Durable Solutions Analysis: Practitioners’ Insights from Niger, Somalia and Syria

By JIPS / 28.Jun.2022
Area-based approaches, initially developed for urban contexts, marked a paradigm shift in humanitarian assistance. They called for a move away from assistance focused on the...
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UNDP: How data will help bend the curve on internal displacement

By George Conway / 25.Jun.2022
The launch of the UN Secretary-General's Action Agenda on Internal Displacement is an important moment to discuss how data collection, analysis and evidence can be...
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Strong Uptake of Profiling Results from Basilan, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi (Philippines) on Internal Displacement & Statelessness

By JIPS / 21.Feb.2022
Decisions, when effectively informed by sound and shared evidence, can bring about true positive change (read more). The recent profiling exercise on IDPs and people...
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