Briefing Notes and Special Reports

Mean Streets: Identifying and Responding to Urban Refugees' Risks of GBV

This report is an output of a successful research collaboration done in August 2015 between Refugee Law Project (RLP) and Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC). It synthesizes learning from four urban settings around the globe: Kampala (Uganda), Quito (Ecuador), Beirut (Lebanon) and Delhi (India). It contains recommendations on how humanitarian actors, including policymakers, donors and practitioners, can mitigate the GBV risks faced by urban refugees.

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