JIPS NEWS by: Refugee & IDP statistics

Data Implications from Wilton Park Discussions on Internal Displacement

By Natalia Baal / 19.Sep.2019
In the beautiful setting of Wiston House with its remarkable history resounding in every room, I was pleased to be able to attend a recent...
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Data & Evidence (including IDPs) at the Forefront of 2019’s UNHCR Annual NGO Consultations

By Corina Demottaz / 21.Jul.2019
High-level participation, rich insights from NGOs participants, and a strong focus on data and evidence: this year’s UNHCR NGO consultations left us inspired and demonstrated...
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ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment (June 2019): Changing Mindsets to Address Conflict & Disaster Displacement

By Nadine Walicki / 21.Jul.2019
Since the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement were published in 1998, significant efforts and resources have been invested to better understand and address the global...
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Statistical Capacity Building on Forced Displacement: An Urgent Need for SDGs & GCR indicators?

By Natalia Baal / 4.Jun.2019
Ever since a week full of international meetings on indicator frameworks at the end of March 2019, I am left reflecting on the issue of...
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Using Shared Evidence for Complementary Action at National & Municipal Levels: Experiences from San Pedro Sula, Honduras

By JIPS / 8.Apr.2019
During our latest mission to support profiling partners in Honduras to jointly analyse the preliminary findings, we had the opportunity to speak with Manuel Moncada, technical...
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Four Key Insights from the Latest GP20 Steering Group Meeting on IDP Data (Mar 2019)

By Natalia Baal (JIPS), Corina Demottaz (JIPS) / 22.Mar.2019
The latest Steering Group meeting of the group working to implement the Plan of Action marking 20 years of the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement...
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Advancing Work on the Compilers Manual: EGRIS’ 3rd All-Members Meeting (Ankara, Feb 2019)

By Devora Levakova (JIPS) / 1.Mar.2019
With the International Recommendations on Refugee Statistics and the upcoming recommendations on IDP statistics, the Expert Group on Refugee and IDP Statistics (EGRIS) has already...
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EGRIS IDP Subgroup: Meeting in Kampala on International Recommendations on IDP Statistics

By Devora Levakova / 19.Dec.2018
At the beginning of December all members of the IDP subgroup of the Expert Group on Refugee and IDP Statistics (EGRIS) gathered together in Kampala...
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National ownership, traditional methods and new approaches to statistics production - Reflections from 2018 World Data Forum

By JIPS / 5.Nov.2018
With over 2,000 experts from more than 100 countries and numerous international organisations, civil society, private sector and academia, the second UN World Data Forum was an...
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Forced Migration Review Issue 59: Improving IDP Data to Help Implement the Guiding Principles

By JIPS / 8.Oct.2018
Given the increasing levels of internal displacement globally and the growing interest in ‘data-driven’ policy and programming, at JIPS we believe it is important to...
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