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UNHCR-CENTROESTAD Workshop: SICA countries work on IRIS implementation

In the Central American region, the number of people affected by displacement has passed one million, including asylum seekers, refugees and IDPs – the latter constituting half of the estimated number. The reasons for displacement are multiple: violence, insecurity, persecution, and the deterioration of the political, social and human rights...UNHCR-CENTROESTAD Workshop: SICA countries work on IRIS implementation
Related Topics: Capacity development, Refugee & IDP statistics, IDP policy
– Published 26.Jul.2021

JIPS' Partner Event 2021: Transforming Data into Action for Solutions to Internal Displacement

The evidence we build on internal displacement is essential to design and implement effective and sustainable solutions. However, how this evidence is generated and used matters every bit as much as the evidence itself to drive positive change in displaced people’s lives and promote nationally owned solutions. Jointly organized on...JIPS' Partner Event 2021: Transforming Data into Action for Solutions to Internal Displacement
Related Topics: Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Refugee & IDP statistics, Urban, Durable solutions, Capacity development, Community engagement
– Published 27.Apr.2021

Perspectives [PART 2]: Unlocking the True Power of Partnership

An expert in displacement data, partnership and collaboration are at the heart of JIPS’ work. Exploring this ethos in more detail, Part 1 of this series shone a light on the history and direct outputs of a unique three-way partnership between JIPS, Statistics Norway (SSB), and NORCAP. Launched in 2013,...Perspectives [PART 2]: Unlocking the True Power of Partnership
Related Topics: Refugee & IDP statistics, Capacity development
– Published 6.Apr.2021

Perspectives [PART 1]: Inside the JIPS-Statistics Norway-NORCAP Collaboration

Partnership. The 17th Sustainable Development Goal, and part of a global promise to share the knowledge, expertise, and resources to build ‘a better and more sustainable future for all’. Founded in 2009, JIPS has long advocated for this process. We are known for our collaborative approach and are always working...Perspectives [PART 1]: Inside the JIPS-Statistics Norway-NORCAP Collaboration
Related Topics: Refugee & IDP statistics, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Capacity development
– Published 23.Mar.2021

Supporting Government Efforts to Measure Local Integration of Persons Displaced in Ukraine (Jan 2021)

The ongoing conflict in Ukraine has caused around 730,000 people to flee to other parts of the country. It has created enormous hardships for civilians, such as damaged homes and infrastructures, and difficulties to meet their basic needs and earn a living. To address the increasingly protracted nature of the...Supporting Government Efforts to Measure Local Integration of Persons Displaced in Ukraine (Jan 2021)
Related Topics: Capacity development, Durable solutions, IDP policy, Refugee & IDP statistics
– Published 14.Jan.2021

JIPS-EGRIS Virtual Conference 2020 | Building Capacity for Improved Displacement Statistics

JIPS and the Steering Committee of the Expert Group on Refugee and IDP Statistics (EGRIS) jointly organised a one-day virtual conference to discuss ways to improve statistics on forced displacement. Building on the momentum created by the newly adopted statistical frameworks, the International Recommendations on Refugee and IDP Statistics (IRRS and...JIPS-EGRIS Virtual Conference 2020 | Building Capacity for Improved Displacement Statistics
Related Topics: Refugee & IDP statistics, Capacity development, IDP policy, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
– Published 27.Oct.2020

Joining Efforts to Respond to Internal Displacement in Chihuahua, Mexico

Political will to respond to internal displacement in Mexico has passed a threshold since 2019, with the government turning 180 degrees on the recognition of the issue of forced displacement. Concrete steps are being taken and we are thrilled to announce that JIPS is supporting a profiling process in Chihuahua,...Joining Efforts to Respond to Internal Displacement in Chihuahua, Mexico
Related Topics: Capacity development, IDP policy, Refugee & IDP statistics
– Published 23.Oct.2020

Learning Community on Durable Solutions Analysis: From & For Practitioners

At the end of 2019, JIPS launched a learning community on measuring durable solutions to displacement. Increasing efforts are being made in this area; however, conducting durable solutions analyses remains a complex undertaking with many challenges both at technical and practical levels. Thus, our objective was to create a dedicated...Learning Community on Durable Solutions Analysis: From & For Practitioners
Related Topics: IDP policy, Durable solutions, Refugee & IDP statistics
– Published 20.Aug.2020

Sampling Guide for Displacement Situations: Choosing & Planning Your Approach

When we want to collect information about a group of people, we have the choice between collecting information on all members of the group (a census), or only from a sample of them. In displacement-related contexts, conducting a census is often particularly vulnerable to bias and generally also an expensive...Sampling Guide for Displacement Situations: Choosing & Planning Your Approach
Related Topics: Methods, Refugee & IDP statistics, Capacity development
– Published 28.Jun.2020

The Transformative Potential of Data in Internal Displacement Situations: Recommendations to UN High-Level Panel on Internal Displacement

Data can have a significant transformative power in internal displacement situations – which we in JIPS have witnessed throughout our 11+ years of supporting data-related, collaborative efforts in over 25 different contexts around the world. The role of data in addressing internal displacement should be seen as cross-cutting and can...The Transformative Potential of Data in Internal Displacement Situations: Recommendations to UN High-Level Panel on Internal Displacement
Related Topics: Durable solutions, IDP policy, Capacity development, Community engagement, Refugee & IDP statistics, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Urban
– Published 18.May.2020

UNSC Endorses Intl. Recommendations on IDP Statistics, Welcomes Compilers’ Manual & EGRIS' New Mandate

The UN Statistical Commission’s 51st session was a major and long-awaited milestone for the Expert Group on Refugee and IDP Statistics (EGRIS). Since the Commission’s 49th session in 2018 – where the International Recommendations on Refugee Statistics (IRRS) and the Technical Report on IDP Statistics had been endorsed – we...UNSC Endorses Intl. Recommendations on IDP Statistics, Welcomes Compilers’ Manual & EGRIS' New Mandate
Related Topics: Refugee & IDP statistics
– Published 20.Apr.2020

Composite Measures for Analysing Durable Solutions: Practitioners’ Reflections from Global and Local Level

In recent time, we have seen many actors scaling up their engagement on durable solutions in contexts of displacement. However, analysing and measuring progress towards durable solutions is often a complex undertaking and methodologically challenging. One approach that is increasingly being explored in this context, are composite measures. In which...Composite Measures for Analysing Durable Solutions: Practitioners’ Reflections from Global and Local Level
Related Topics: Durable solutions, Refugee & IDP statistics, Methods
– Published 9.Apr.2020

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