The conflict in Ukraine has generated a large inflow of refugees into European countries, with more than five million people having fled to neighboring countries. So far, the public response has been generally positive, with large shares of the European population being in favor of the policies implemented to host and support the Ukrainian refugees.
This brief presents the results of the fourth round of the nationally representative High Frequency Phone Survey (HFPS) of Chadian households and the results of the second round of the HFPS for refugee households.
This brief presents the results from the second round of the Covid-19 High Frequency Phone Survey on Internally Displaced People (IDPs) in Burkina Faso, that was conducted between May 25 and June 17, 2021.
Rohingya Refugee Camps and Forest Loss in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh; An Inquiry Using Remote Sensing and Econometric Approaches
This paper examines the case study of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, a district that hosts nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees in refugee camps. Using spatially explicit data on land-use / land cover and proximity to a camp boundary, the paper quantifies land-use changes across the district over time.
This brief presents results from a High-Frequency Phone Survey – Refugee Round 1: Jan/Feb 2021
The world continues to struggle with the health and socioeconomic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This brief presents the results of the first round of the COVID-19 High Frequency Phone Survey on IDPs in Burkina Faso (BFA HFPS-IDP) administered between May 03 and May 23, 2021.
The Gender Dimensions of Forced Displacement: Findings from New Empirical AnalysisTo date, research and analysis of the gendered dimensions of forced displacement have been limited. This Quarterly Digest highlights findings from a new, major World Bank Research...
This very important report provides some critical insights on how we can transition from an approach based on humanitarian relief to one that provides a sustainable integrated response.
This JDC supported report presents results from socioeconomic observational data collected by phone in four rounds from October 2020 through January 2021 focusing extensively on the Internally Displaced People (IDPs) and returnees (here referring solely to returning IDPs).
This second issue of the JDC Working Paper Series on the welfare of Forced Displacement takes stock of what is known about the experience of forcibly displaced and their hosts during the pandemic.