Comprehensive Refugee Responses in the Horn of Africa: Regional leadership on education, livelihoods and durable solutions

By Admin|February 1, 2020|Publications|0 comments

Laura Hammond, Caitlin Sturridge, Kalyango Ronald Sebba, Michael Owiso, Mohamed Mahdi, Farah Manji, and Abdinasir Ali Osman Since 2017, countries in the Horn of Africa have been developing a coordinated and comprehensive, ‘whole of society’ approach to supporting areas affected by refugee displacement. This process has benefited from the soft political power of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), which has brought heads of state, ministers, and technical staff together

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Disrupting the Finances of Criminal Networks Responsible for Human Smuggling and Trafficking

By Admin|January 1, 2019|Publications|0 comments

Emmanuel Deisser (lead author), Caitlin Sturridge, Laura Hammond and Amanda Sperber Over the last two years, human traffickers and smugglers in East and North Africa have shifted their business models in response to efforts to contain migration flows to Europe, resulting in notable shifts in migration patterns. At the same time, the European Union (EU) has deepened its understanding of how human smugglers and traffickers use money laundering and other

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Return and (Re)Integration after Displacement: Belonging, Labelling and Livelihoods in Three Somali Cities

By Admin|June 1, 2018|Publications|0 comments

Caitlin Sturridge, Oliver Bakewell and Laura Hammond Somalia is experiencing a complex situation of protracted and new internal displacement, organised and spontaneous repatriation of refugees, people returning from the diaspora, and arrival of deported asylum seekers and migrants from other countries. The enormous scale of these movements towards major cities has led to overcrowding and added pressure on infrastructure, housing and services. Poor living standards, insecurity, protection issues and restricted

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