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RRN Research Snapshot: Congolese Refugee Young People in Uganda Rely on Their Own Capacities

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Dr. Christina Clark-Kazak, Associate Professor of International Studies at York University’s Glendon College

Many people see refugee young people only as vulnerable persons lacking their own capacities and in need of protection. In reality, refugee young people respond purposefully to violence and constraints that they face. Governments and humanitarian organizations can improve their protection responses to so-called forced migration by paying more attention to individuals’ self-protection strategies.

You can download the summary here:  Clark-Kazak – Research Summary

Rapid Impact Evaluation of the Syrian Refugee Initiative

A Rapid Impact Evaluation (RIE) was conducted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to assess the early outcomes of the 2015-16 Syrian Refugee Initiative. The evaluation was targeted in nature and examined the Syrian refugees who were admitted to Canada between November 4, 2015 and March 1, 2016 and were a part of the initial 25,000 Syrian refugee commitment.

Read the Executive Summery and report HERE.