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From Kenya to Kyrgyzstan: how data can help eliminate statelessness

Authored by Maja Lazić , Head of the World Bank-UNHCR Joint Data Center on Forced DisplacementAgainst all odds, Nosizi (right), a stateless Shona living in Kenya, qualified and was accepted to study economics at the University of Nairobi after the institution made an...

People fleeing conflict don’t want aid – they want work

An article by Björn Gillsäter, Head, World Bank-UNHCR Joint Data Center on Forced DisplacementGabriela Davila is a Venezuelan entrepreneur who arrived in Ecuador 5 years ago. She lives in Quito and, in her bakery, prepares colada morada and guaguas de pan, following...

If we invest in statistics, our dividend will be protection

Some 74% of forcibly displaced people are located in low- and middle-income countries, where investments in development programs and sound policy decisions are a foundation of a sustainable future. They are often the most marginalized population group in these countries.

Why it’s time to bring refugees out of the statistical shadows

Authored by Björn Gillsäter This blog was published in the World Economic Forum Photo:© UNHCR The COVID-19 pandemic has compounded the challenges faced by the world’s refugees, internally displaced and stateless people. A lack of or gaps in data limit our ability to...

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