Resumen Descriptivo: 

IOM has implemented a Longitudinal Study on Durable Solutions for IDPs in Iraq since 2015 in partnership with Georgetown University in order to understand how IDPs navigate their displacement and take steps to build lasting durable solutions. This study, entitled “Access to Durable Solutions Among IDPs in Iraq” draws from the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) framework on Durable Solutions for IDPs, and lays the foundation for government and humanitarian actors to better address the self-identified needs of IDPs.

Índice: 
  • Introduction
    • SECTION I: IDPs
      • Key Findings Among IDPs
      • Criteria 1: Safety and Security
      • Criteria 2: Standard of Living
      • Criteria 3: Employment and Livelihood
      • Criteria 4: Housing, Land, and Property
      • Criteria 5 and 6: Personal and Other Documentation and Family Separation and Reunification
      • Criteria 7: Participation in Public Affairs
      • Criteria 8: Access to Justice
    • SECTION II: RETURNEES
      • Key Findings Among Returnees
      • Criteria 1: Safety and Security
      • Criteria 2: Standard of Living
      • Criteria 3: Employment and Livelihood
      • Criteria 4: Housing, Land, and Property
      • Criteria 5 and 6: Personal and Other Documentation and Family Separation and Reunification
      • Criteria 7: Participation in Public Affairs
      • Criteria 8: Access to Justice
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