What are the individual, community and structural factors impacting displacement patterns in South Sudan?
REF conference 2022: towards greater inclusion and protection for migrants and forcibly displaced persons
In June 2022, the Research and Evidence Facility (REF) of the EU Trust Fund for Africa in the Horn of Africa convened its second international conference around the theme ‘Migrants and Forcibly Displaced Persons: Towards Greater Inclusion and Protection’.
Sahan Africa is recruiting a Research Officer to support the work of the Research and Evidence Facility.
Call for papers for REF’s second international conference of the Research and Evidence Facility.
New working paper: Rural–urban migration, urban informality and the challenges of promoting inclusive development in Ethiopia
New working paper exploring the causes and types of informal employment in Ethiopia and the barriers that hinder young people from running and formalising businesses.
REF and Samuel Hall are launching a study on displacement, return and reintegration in South Sudan.
NEW RESEARCH – Land, climate change and internal migration: Experiences of the young Wolayta of Southwestern Ethiopia
New research from Bereket Tsegay investigates how land fragmentation, climate change, and livelihood opportunities and aspirations influence young people’s migration from the Wolayta zone in Southern Ethiopia.
Find the recordings of REF’s webinars
Webinar recording. Exploring current migration management programs in the Horn of Africa.
This webinar explores current migration management programs in the Horn of Africa through the lens of various actors such as local populations, civil society, local and national governments, and international organizations.