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Save the Children commissioned this report to help provide a better understanding of how Syrian refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, and Iraq regard their future, their decision-making processes, and priorities in terms of durable solutions. Eleven years...

Attacks on schools and other civilian infrastructure have become a defining feature of Syria’s 11-year conflict. These include threatened or actual use of force against students, teachers, education staff, and their education facilities. In...

Greece: A two-tier refugee system

2022 - Greece, Syria, Ukraine

The Greek government is operating “a two-tier refugee response” – one for Ukrainians and one for all other refugees....

Children across Syria want the same things: to travel to school safely, learn in clean and adequate surroundings, learning from trained teachers, and with modern equipment. They want the type of education they know other children across the world...

Around 57,000 people live in Al Hol camp in North East Syria, the vast majority of them are children. 50% of the camp’s population are under the age of 12. Originally established in 1991, Al Hol was reopened in 2016 when anti-ISIS operations bega...

This document is a case study of a participant in the Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme (CPiE PDP). Alaa Rajaa Mughrabieh, Hurras Network’s Child Protection Specialist, shares her learnings and reflections...

In recent years, the potential return and repatriation of women and children with perceived associations with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has provoked a strong security response from international actors. In response, Save the...

For the last 10 years, Syria has been ravaged by conflict. A staggering 220,000 to 550,000 people are estimated to have been killed. More than 12 million, out of the country’s population of 24 million at the start of the conflict, have either fled...

Al Hol and Roj camps in North East Syria (NES) are home to over 60,000 people, the vast majority of them women and children. Their populations are made up of Syrians and Iraqis – many of whom arrived in the camp fleeing from violence and...

In October 2017, Al Raqqa was captured from ISIS following a sustained ground and aerial campaign by armed groups supported by international...

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