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Vulnerability Assessment of Syrian Refugees - 2017
UNHCR, UNICEF, WFP
Middle East and North Africa
Documentation in PDF
Mar 23, 2020
Mar 23, 2020
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Categorising Syrians in Lebanon as ‘vulnerable’.
Forced Migration Review , no. 57 (2018).
Theorizing refugeedom: becoming young political subjects in Beirut
Theory and Society (2020).
‘Most importantly, I hope God keeps illness away from us’: The context and challenges surrounding access to health care for Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Global Public Health 0, no. 0 (2020): 1-10.
Georges, Buber-Ennser, Rengs, Kohlenberger, and Doblhammer.
Health determinants among refugees in Austria and Germany: A propensity-matched comparative study for Syrian, Afghan, and Iraqi refugees
PLOS ONE 16, no. 4 (2021): e0250821.
Becoming a `Cultural Destination of Choice': lessons on vernacularization from Beirut and Buenos Aires
International Journal of Cultural Policy 26, no. 6 (2020): 756-770.
Saleh, Abdouni, Dimassi, Nabulsi, Harb, Jammoul, Hachach, and Arnaout.
Prevalence of Non-Communicable Diseases~and Associated Medication Use Among Syrian Refugees in Lebanon: An Analysis of Country-Wide Data from the Sijilli Electronic Health Records Database
Conflict and Health (2020).
Testimony by Hardin Lang on the Humanitarian Impact of the Ongoing Conflict in Syria
Reframing Syrian Refugee Insecurity through a Feminist Lens: The Case of Lebanon
Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield , 2020.
Sim, L, Bowes, Maignant, Magber, and Gardner.
Acceptability and Preliminary Outcomes of a Parenting Intervention for Syrian Refugees
Research on Social Work Practice (2020).
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