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Photo: DFID Unaccompanied and Separated Children

Unaccompanied and Separated Children

Perceptions in Greece

Photo: DRC Refugee Perceptions in Lebanon

Refugee Perceptions in Lebanon

Summary of Focus Group Discussions - Round Two

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Photo: DRC Summary of Focus Group Discussions in Northern Iraq

Summary of Focus Group Discussions in Northern Iraq

Qualitative Round 1 - July 2017

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Photo: DRC Refugee, Asylum Seeker & Migrant Perceptions in Austria

Refugee, Asylum Seeker & Migrant Perceptions in Austria

Quantitative Round - June 2017

Ground Truth Solutions analyses data collected from refugees and asylum seekers currently living in Vienna. It is the first in a series of quantitative and qualitative data collection rounds under the Mixed Migration Platform looking at refugee, asylum seeker and migrant perceptions of the services provided in Austria.

Photo: Miodrag Cakic Underage, undocumented and alone

Underage, undocumented and alone

A gap analysis of undocumented unaccompanied and separated children on the move in Jordan, Lebanon and Greece

This briefing paper examines the state of, and existing protection gaps in, the asylum process for undocumented, unaccompanied and separated children (UASC) on the move in Jordan, Lebanon and Greece.

Photo: DRC Rejected but remaining

Rejected but remaining

Analysis of the protection challenges that confront rejected asylum seekers remaining in Europe

The objective of this briefing paper is to draw attention to the protection challenges that rejected asylum seekers are confronted with. It will also provide an indication of the number of rejected asylum seekers who remain in Europe by looking at Eurostat data, whilst also highlighting the limitations and discrepancies within this data.

Photo: REACH Monthly Summary – May 2017

Monthly Summary – May 2017

Middle East

May was marked by ongoing conflict in Iraq, flight and continue apprehensions both in Syria and Turkey. The number of Syrian refugees in neighbouring countries increased, as well as Internal displacement. More than 2,110 people travelled from Turkey to Greece by sea in May. While Syrians and Iraqis comprised the largest percentageof arrivals, diversity continues to increase compared to 2016.

Animation – Lives on Hold

Animation – Lives on Hold

Lela's Story

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?'