Latest publications on Pathways
Monthly Summary – November 2017
Monthly Summary – October 2017
From Syria to Spain
Syrian Migration to Europe via the Western Mediterranean route between 2015 and 2017
Monthly Summary – September 2017
“Tolerated” but for how long?
Unwilling to claim asylum but unable to travel further, more than 4,400 refugees and other migrants in Serbia await legislation to determine their future.
Routes, destinations, and challenges faced by Syrian refugees seeking asylum outside of Europe
This feature article traces alternative paths taken by Syrians to destinations outside of Europe and the Middle East, and examines the conditions they face throughout their journey and upon arrival.
Animation – Lives on Hold
MMP's second animation shows how restrictive migration policies can negatively affect the lives of those forcibly displaced in the Middle East. A real story drawing upon our REACH-led report 'Separated Families: who stays, who goes and why?'
New Research & Reports – April 2017
A summary of the latest resources on mixed migration in the Middle East
Displaced Minorities – Part II
Experiences and needs of Somali, Sudanese and Yemeni refugees and other migrants in Jordan
Over 10,000 Somali, Sudanese and Yemeni refugees and asylum seekers are now registered with UNHCR in Jordan, though many members of these communities live in the country without valid documentation (see Part I). Despite this high numbers of displaced individuals, insufficient attention has been devoted to understanding their experiences of displacement, humanitarian and protection needs, and access to appropriate solutions.