Refugees

Migration Policy Institute’s

A BRIDGE TO FIRMER GROUND: LEARNING FROM INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES TO SUPPORT PATHWAYS TO SOLUTIONS IN THE SYRIAN REFUGEE CONTEXT

Migration Policy Institute’s

A BRIDGE TO FIRMER GROUND: LEARNING FROM INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES TO SUPPORT PATHWAYS TO SOLUTIONS IN THE SYRIAN REFUGEE CONTEXT

Ten years on from the start of the conflict in their country, Syrians remain the largest refugee population worldwide.

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Syrian Outcomes Report published by the Evaluation Division of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)

Syrian Outcomes Report published by the Evaluation Division of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)

The Syrian Outcomes Report provides a thematic overview of the outcomes of the Syrian refugees who were resettled in Canada

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UNCHR Global Trends Year 2019

UNCHR Global Trends 2019

2019 – War, violence and persecution drove worldwide forced displacement to another new high in 2019.

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UNCHR Global Trends Year 2018

UNCHR Global Trends 2018

2018 – Trends at Glance from the UNCHR’s annual Global Trends Report. The global population of forcibly displaced increased by 2.3 million people in 2018.

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UNCHR Global Trends Year 2017

UNCHR Global Trends 2017

2017 – Trends at a Glance from the UNHCR’s Global Trends Report. Globally, the forcibly displaced population increased in 2017 by 2.9 million.

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UNCHR Global Trends Year 2016

UNCHR Global Trends 2016

2016 – Trends at a Glance from the UNHCR’s Global Trends Report. By the end of 2016, 65.6 million individuals were forcibly displaced worldwide as a result of persecution, conflict, violence, or human rights violations.

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UNCHR Global Trends Year 2015

UNCHR Global Trends 2015

2015 – Trends at a Glance from the UNHCR’s Global Trends Report. Global forced displacement has increased in 2015, with record-high numbers.

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