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Refugees and Displacement


Åge A. Tiltnes, Huafeng Zhang and Jon Pedersen
Fafo-report 2019:04
Svein Erik Stave and Solveig Hillesund
Fafo-report 2015:16
Mona Christophersen
Fafo-report 2013:50
Åge A. Tiltnes
Fafo-report 2007:13
Laurie Blome Jacobsen
Fafo-report 425
Fafo AIS in cooperation with Palestinian Center Bureau of Statistics and Natural Resources in Damascus
Fafo-report 418
Laurie Blome Jacobsen
Fafo-report 415
Are Hovdenak, Jon Pedersen, Dag H. Tuastad, Elia Zureik
Fafo-report 236
Lena Endresen, Jon Hanssen-Bauer, Jon Pedersen
Fafo-paper 1997:17
Fafo-paper 1995:08

Marianne Sandsmark Morseth, Navnit Kaur Grewal, Ida Sophie Kaasa, Anne Hatløy, Ingrid Barikmo and Sigrun Henjum

Dietary diversity is related to socioeconomic status among adult Saharawi refugees living in Algeria

Mona Christophersen

Jordan and the Syrian refugees

News about rights and security

Discusses radicalization prevention on national conference

Tuesday, 22 October 2019

The annual national conference against radicalization and violent extremism is this time held in Stavanger. The conference will examine several topics related to, amongst other, right-wing extremism and prevention. As part of the program, Fafo researcher Nerina Weiss, together with Erik Lindbæk Kruse, will speak about "discourses and effects of radicalization prevention in Scandinavia."

Improved situation, but Syrian refugees are still struggling in Jordan

Wednesday, 09 October 2019

In a new Fafo brief Åge A. Tiltnes and Guri Tyldum summarize the situation for Syrian refugees in the neighboring country of Jordan. In spite of a clear improvement in the recent years in the fields of employment and schooling for the youngest, jobs are often badly paid and uncertain and a large proportion drop out of school and education.

Casting light on labour and human rights in global value chains

Wednesday, 25 September 2019

Fafo Researcher Mark Taylor is co-editor of a special issue of the journal Competition and Change which explores the challenges to protecting labour and human rights in global value chains. The special issue includes contributions on worker power and the rise of larger emerging-market multinationals, as well as the role of contracts, worker-led monitoring and litigation against companies as part of the governance of sustainability in supply chains.