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How the Lebanese school system is segregating refugees

How the Lebanese school system is segregating refugees

dan.rafter@hrc.org June 27, 2017 0

The children, all refugees and mostly from Syria, filed awkwardly into the unfamiliar school. With its lush grounds and English posters on the walls, it was starkly different from their government-run public school

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Unconventional cash project challenges aid status quo in Lebanon

Unconventional cash project challenges aid status quo in Lebanon

February 20, 2017 0

The EU and Britain have met resistance to a new $85 million project to simplify cash allowances for Syrian refugees.

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Shattered war economy encourages child marriage in Yemen

Shattered war economy encourages child marriage in Yemen

February 15, 2017 0

It’s impossible to get hard numbers, but child marriage appears to be on the rise in Yemen: a consequence of the extreme poverty caused by nearly two years of devastating war in what

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Cop-out or vital lifeline? Massive EU cash aid programme rolls out for refugees in Turkey

Cop-out or vital lifeline? Massive EU cash aid programme rolls out for refugees in Turkey

January 25, 2017 0

After fleeing Aleppo and moving to the Turkish capital in 2015, Siham, a widow and mother of five, had few options other than to let her eldest child, 11-year-old Yussef, take a job

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Aid’s cash revolution: a numbers game

Aid’s cash revolution: a numbers game

November 2, 2016 0

114.5: that’s the magic number. With a score above it, a Syrian family in Lebanon has largely to fend for themselves. Below it, the household’s vulnerability score makes them eligible for cash payouts,

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Top Picks: Nauru, Lebanon, Haiti, the Hague and Geneva

Top Picks: Nauru, Lebanon, Haiti, the Hague and Geneva

dan.rafter@hrc.org October 21, 2016 0

Every week, IRIN's editors offer a selection of the most important and interesting resources that came on their radar. Here's this week's humanitarian reading list. ICC – “a bunch of useless people”?

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Top Picks: What Syrians want, Africa’s declining conflicts, and refugee deterrence policies

Top Picks: What Syrians want, Africa’s declining conflicts, and refugee deterrence policies

carolyn.simon@hrc.org September 23, 2016 0

Welcome to IRIN's weekly top picks of must-read research, podcasts, reports, blogs and in-depth articles to help you keep on top of global crises.   Six to read: What Syrians want Public opinion

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Top Picks: al-Shabab amnesty, Colombia’s missing, and Chechnya revisited

Top Picks: al-Shabab amnesty, Colombia’s missing, and Chechnya revisited

dan.rafter@hrc.org September 2, 2016 0

Welcome to IRIN's weekly top picks of must-read research, podcasts, reports, blogs and in-depth articles to help you keep on top of global crises. Four to read: “Enrique’s Shadow” The International Committee of

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Syrians make easy scapegoats in Lebanon

Syrians make easy scapegoats in Lebanon

carolyn.simon@hrc.org July 28, 2016 0

The Baalbek International Festival is in town. Under silvery bunting, telltale tourists drift around in shorts in the sleepy mid-afternoon heat

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Is this Palestinian refugee camp Syria’s next Yarmouk?

Is this Palestinian refugee camp Syria’s next Yarmouk?

dan.rafter@hrc.org July 8, 2016 0

A Palestinian refugee camp near Damascus is at risk of being further cut off from aid following weeks of bombing by Syrian pro-government forces and Russian warplanes. While there has been unprecedented interest

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