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Syrian Arab Republic

  1. Crisis within crisis: the psychosocial toll of Lebanon’s economic and political turmoil on Syrian refugee adolescents

    Research reports

  2. UNICEF Jordan’s Makani programme: supporting students, building resilience

    Briefing/policy papers

  3. Inclusion and exclusion in urban refugee displacement in Jordan

    Working papers

  4. Refugee advocacy in Turkey: from local to global

    Working papers

  5. Regulating irregular actors: Can due diligence checks mitigate the risks of working with non-state and substate forces?

    Research reports

  6. Regulating irregular actors in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria

    Event

  7. World Food Programme cash assistance in Lebanon: protection outcomes for Syrian refugees

    Research reports

  8. Cash transfers to Syrian refugees in Lebanon: promoting social cohesion and protection?

    Project

  9. The changing geopolitics of North-South relations: introducing ODI MED

  10. Supporting Pastoralism and Agriculture in Recurrent and Protracted Crisis (SPARC)

    Project

  11. It can’t be done alone: why coordination is vital in responding to education crises

  12. The UK’s Covid-19 response can become a defining moment for changing our approach to refugees

  13. Strengthening coordinated education planning and response in crises: Syria case study

    Research reports

  14. Coordinating education in crises

    Project

  15. Reconstruction plans in Syria must be a priority at Brussels pledging conference – statement and experts available

    Press Release

  16. Brussels Conference on Syria: four issues donors must prioritise next week

  17. Dignity and displaced Syrians in Lebanon

    Working papers

  18. Counter-terrorism, bank de-risking and humanitarian response: a path forward

    Briefing/policy papers

  19. The impact of bank de-risking on the humanitarian response to the Syrian crisis

    Working papers

  20. Understanding the impact of de-risking on humanitarian aid

    Project