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IAEG-SDGs: Leaving no one behind through disaggregated data

By JIPS / 21.Nov.2018
Tasked to develop and implement the global indicator framework for the goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda, the Inter-agency and Expert Group on SDG...
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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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Innovating at THE Port Hackathon - Tackling the challenge of unstructured data to improve response

By JIPS / 29.Oct.2018
There is no such thing as too much information, right? Wrong! Sometimes, the large amount of information can create a lot of noise, which affects...
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Profiling Exchange with Built Environment Professionals to Inform Integration Planning in Thessaloniki, Greece

By JIPS / 25.Oct.2018
Recognising that different types of actors are needed for holistic responses to displacement in cities, JIPS is exploring new partnerships to better understand how these many...
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The added value of direct support in Sudan - interview with Khadra Elmi, JIPS Profiling advisor

By JIPS / 9.Oct.2018
As JIPS, it is our priority to support partners involved in a profiling exercise, from the initial to the final stages of the process. We...
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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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