On World Refugee Day at UN City in Copenhagen, three people who had fled war talked about their experience integrating into Denmark at an event hosted by the World Bank-UNHCR Joint Data Center on Forced Displacement (JDC) and moderated by Maja Lazic, Deputy Head of the Center.
Strategic Advisory Council 2022 - Resources from the eventThere has been a significant increase in the evidence base on the socioeconomic situation of those forcibly displaced and their host communities over the past decade. With the number of forcibly displaced now...
The Center is a virtual seminar on New and Upcoming KoboToolbox Features on May 26th. JDC and UNHCR have partnered with Kobo Inc. to create additional features and enhancements for the benefit of organizations working to assist and protect displaced populations.
The JDC’s 2nd Research Conference on Forced Displacement was held on January 20-22, 2022 in partnership with the School of Economics at Universidad de los Andes.
JDC Webinar - Answering the Call: Forcibly Displaced During the Pandemic The Joint Data Center on Forced Displacement (JDC) recently published a working paper, called Answering the Call: Forcibly Displaced During the Pandemic, the second issue as part of the JDC...
Making the most vulnerable visible: Data gaps and official statistics on forced displacement| UNWDF EGRIS-JDC Session
Making the most vulnerable visible: Data gaps and official statistics on forced displacement EGRIS-JDC UNWDF Session © UNHCR/Georgina GoodwinThe Joint Data Center on Forced Displacement (JDC) in collaboration with The Expert Group on Refugee and Internally Displaced...
Participate in the Joint Data Center’s third Strategic Advisory Council, where the focus will be on the efforts of pursuing the Center’s third Strategic Objective: Enhance Safe and Responsible Data Access.
Data for what? A conversation with policymakers and practitioners on the use of evidence and data on forced displacement
The role of data in policymaking was at the center of this seminar organized by the JDC as part of its Quarterly Seminar Series and which also represented the JDC contribution to the UN World Data Forum 2020.
The JDC held a seminar on Perception Surveys among Displaced Populations – Lessons Learned and Innovations, with Phuong Pham and Patrick Vinck of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative.
A two-day workshop was organized in May in conjunction with the Government of Estonia to advance anonymization and aggregation practices as a first step in establishing a campaign to make UNHCR’s registration data more accessible.