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Why is profiling needed in Niger? - Interview with Valerie Svobodova, Niger Protection Cluster

By JIPS / 9.Oct.2018
A few months ago, JIPS received a request for support from UNHCR and the Niger Protection Cluster. The request specifically focused on the need to assess the protracted displacement...
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Promoting IDP participation to shape durable solutions at the Human Rights Council 2018

By JIPS / 8.Oct.2018
At JIPS, we strongly believe that communities should be included in key stages of a profiling data cycle to ensure that the process reflects their...
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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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Improving humanitarian and recovery response in Syria - Urban Analysis Network (UrbAN-S)

By JIPS / 12.Sep.2018
With more than 7.6 million internally displaced people, 85 percent of which living in host communities mainly in urban areas, the conflict in Syria has...
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Engaging Communities & Working with Local Actors in Sensitive Contexts: Interview with Oscar Paz, World Vision Honduras

By JIPS / 11.Sep.2018
In 2017, the Government of Honduras initiated a profiling exercise to gather in-depth information on internal displacement across the country and to better understand the drivers and risks of displacement, as...
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Update from EGRIS’ Sub-Group on IDP Statistics: 3rd Geneva Meeting (Sep 2018)

By JIPS / 7.Sep.2018
With new countries (Georgia, Afghanistan and Honduras) and international organisations (IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix, DTM) and OCHA) joining the IDP subgroup of the international Expert Group...
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Validating profiling findings by reporting back to communities, with facilitators from the displaced and local population

By JIPS / 9.Aug.2018
With the data collection phase recently concluded and the data analysis just about to start, the urban profiling exercise we have been supporting in Thessaloniki is now...
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Revitalising IDP research with the University of London’s Refugee Law Initiative

By JIPS / 13.Jul.2018
In the rising temperatures of the summer heat wave in London, the Refugee Law Initiative (RLI) collected together researchers and practitioners for a one-day Special Workshop on...
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