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Refugees, displacement and migration

Humanitarian Practice Network articles

Water weaponisation and displacement in Northeast Syria - Authors names withheld for security reasons

Mental health and conditions in refugee camps matter when Rohingya living in Bangladesh consider returning to Myanmar - by Andrew Riley, Yasmin Akther, Mohammed Noor, Fourth Author (name redacted for security reasons) and Courtney Welton-Mitchell

North East Syria, Al Hassakeh Governorate, Al Hol camp for internally displaced persons. Children in the shadow of a water tank.
  1. Public narratives and attitudes towards refugees and other migrants: Ireland country profile

    Briefing/policy papers

  2. Public narratives and attitudes towards refugees and other migrants: Poland country profile

    Case/country studies

  3. Re-shaping the migration story: centring the hopes, decisions and experiences of those on the move


  4. How the war in Ukraine is impacting Africa-Europe relations and the migration dialogue

  5. Linking humanitarian assistance and social protection in response to forced displacement: an analytical framework

    Working papers

  6. Linking social protection and humanitarian assistance: A toolkit to support basic needs and wellbeing in displacement settings


  7. Climate change, conflict and internal displacement in Afghanistan: 'We are struggling to survive'

    Case/country studies

  8. Cities and Voices


  9. Coping with the risks of conflict, climate and internal displacement in northern Mozambique: ‘We can’t just sit here with our arms crossed’

    Case/country studies

  10. People on the move can support climate action

  11. Social cohesion in displacement: the state of play

    Working papers

  12. What can existing microdata tell us about transfer receipt among host and displaced populations?

    Working papers

  13. Supporting the mental health of refugees: lessons from the UK's Afghan resettlement scheme

  14. Adjusting social protection delivery to support displaced populations

    Working papers

  15. What if Europe is, in fact, not every migrant’s dream?

  16. Climate change, conflict and displacement: five key misconceptions

    Briefing/policy papers

  17. Changing gender norms in displacement: Venezuelans in Bogotá, Cúcuta and Pasto, Colombia

    Working papers

  18. Key findings: social protection responses to forced displacement


  19. Massacres in Melilla and Libya: nothing new on European borders

  20. The UK–Rwanda deal is a crisis of responsibility, not a crisis of migration