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Empowering People and Building Peaceful Societies: Cooperation Between the EU and UNDP in the Arab States Region

“I Have No Idea Why They Sent Us Back” : Jordanian Deportations and Expulsions of Syrian Refugees

“I Have No Idea Why They Sent Us Back” : Jordanian Deportations and Expulsions of Syrian Refugees - Arabic Version

ACAPS Crisis Analysis of Syria

Three Years since International Coalition Forces Intervention Started in Syria: The Bloody Price

Three Years since International Coalition Forces Intervention Started in Syria: The Bloody Price - Arabic Version

Promising Practices in Refugee Education: Synthesis Report

Movement Back to Syria: Scenarios

Possible Developments in Syria and Neighbouring Countries Over the Next Nine Months

Responding to Refugee Crises in Developing Countries: What Can We Learn From Evaluations?

Together Project, Filling the Gap: Volunteer & Settlement Sector Interactions In Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis

The UK’s Humanitarian Support to Syria

A Performance Review Approach Paper

Refugee Livelihoods: Jordan

Matching Skills and Jobs in Lebanon: Main Features of the Labour Market – Challenges, Opportunities and Recommendations

Policy Brief

Labour Market Information Review and Analysis: In-focus on Northern Lebanon

Can Severity Profiles offer an Alternative to Persons-in-Need Estimates? An Experiment with Data from Syria

Un Voyage Epouvantable : Sur Les Routes de la Méditerranée, Les Enfants et Les Jeunes Exposés à la Traite et à l’Exploitation

Résumé Analytique

Harrowing Journeys - Children and Youth on the Move Across the Mediterranean Sea, at Risk of Trafficking and Exploitation

Refugee, Asylum-seeker and Migrant Perceptions in Izmir, Turkey

Refugee, Asylum-seeker and Migrant Perceptions in Izmir, Turkey

Summary of Focus Group Discussions