With millions of Syrian refugees hosted in Lebanon and Jordan after eight years of war in Syria, this research project explores the way border regimes, registration and residency, housing and economic participation influence the wellbeing of host and refugee communities in Lebanon and Jordan.
Wellbeing and Protracted Urban Displacement: Refugees and Hosts in Jordan and Lebanon
te Lintelo, D.J.H., Lakshman, R., Mansour, W., Soye, E., Ficcarelli, T. and Woodward, W.
Report – Publisher IDS
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The war in Syria, now in its eighth year, has led to the mass exodus of the Syrian people. Lebanon and Jordan have achieved a remarkable feat by hosting millions of refugees, with many having located to urban areas, where the great majority of local populations are already situated.
supported by NWO-WOTRO, through the Security and Rule of Law inFragile and Conflict-Affected Settings research programme, this research project explored the way border regimes, registration and residency, housing and economic participation influence the wellbeing of host and refugee communities in Lebanon and Jordan.
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