29 September 2015

Regional Focus: Syria

[Note: I am re-circulating this post due to the addition of several new items that have just come to my attention.]

Event:

*Panel Discussion: The Syrian Refugee Crisis: Challenges for Syria's Neighbors and the International Community, Washington, DC, 29 September 2015 [info]

Publications:

"Evaluating a Vocational Training Programme for Women Refugees at the Zaatari Camp in Jordan: Women Empowerment - A Journey and not an Output," International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, Latest Articles, 22 Sept. 2015 [open access]

Factsheet: Refugees from Syria (Kaldor Centre, Sept. 2015) [text]

Food Security and Livelihoods Assessment of Lebanese Host Communities (REACH, June 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]

*Jordan's Refugee Crisis (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Sept. 2015) [text]

Kemal KiriƟci on the Plight of Syrian Refugees (Brookings Institution, Sept. 2015) [access]
- Follow link for podcast.

*Not Likely to Go Home: Syrian Refugees and the Challenges to Turkey—and the International Community, Turkey Project Policy Paper, no. 7 (Brookings Institution, Sept. 2015) [text]

Seven Factors Behind Movement of Syrian Refugees to Europe (UNHCR, Sept. 2015) [text]

The Syrian Refugee Crisis: A Panel Discussion, Sydney, 14 Sept. 2015 [info]
- Follow link for video.

The Syrian Refugee Crisis: Searching for Solutions, Baltimore, MD, 21 Sept. 2015 [info]
- Follow link for a summary and video of this symposium.

*Syrian Refugees in Jordan: Confronting Difficult Truths (Chatham House, Sept. 2015) [text]

Turkey Absorbs 2 Million Refugees, but Says They Can't Stay (NPR, Sept. 2015) [text]

"What Can Countries Do to Help Refugees Fleeing to Europe?," New York Times, 15 Sept. 2015 [text]

*UPDATED

Related post:
- Regional Focus: MENA (17 Sept. 2015)

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