In Focus: Refugee crisis in Europe
- Red Cross urges governments to protect people on the move as freezing weather is set to sweep Europe this weekend, 20 Nov 2015
- Joint UNHCR, IOM, and UNICEF statement on new border restrictions in the Balkans, 20 Nov 2015
- ACAPS: European Asylum-Seeker Crisis: Scenarios - Possible developments in transit countries over the next 6−9 months
Appeals & Funding
- UNHCR Emergency Appeal 2015: Winterization Plan for the Refugee Crisis in Europe (Nov 2015 – Feb 2016)
- UNHCR Special Mediterranean Initiative Jun–Dec 2015, Supplementary Appeal
- IFRC Response Plan: A Movement coordinated approach focusing on the Mediterranean and neighbouring regions
IFRC Population Movement Emergency Appeals/Emergency Plan of Action Regional (Nov 2015); Croatia (Oct 2015); Greece (Sep 2015); Hungary (Sep 2015); Italy (Nov 2015); FYR of Macedonia (Sep 2015); Serbia (Sep 2015); Slovenia (Oct 2015)
This Guidance is aimed at those involved in the commissioning, design and management of evaluations of humanitarian assistance programmes principally within donor organisations but is also likely to be of use to UN agencies, NGOs and other organisations involved in the provision of humanitarian assistance.
This guide manual lays out the approach currently
used by FEWS to identify regions and groups most vulnerable to food insecurity
in the case of drought or some other shock. For this purpose, it addresses
the following issues:
- Objectives and uses of vulnerability analysis
- Evolution of thought regarding famine and vulnerability
- Various approaches to vulnerability analysis
Forced Migration Review provides a forum
for the regular exchange of practical experience, information and ideas
between researchers, refugees and internally displaced people, and those
who work with them. It is published three times a year in English, Spanish
and Arabic by Refugee Studies Center/ University of Oxford in association
with the Global IDP Project/ Norwegian Refugee Council.
Issue 5 deals with issues of international relations, drawing on Kosovo as a case study.
- Introduction: learning from Kosovo, by Matthew J Gibney, Guest Editor
Information available as of 15 August 1999 was used in preparing this report.
This library is a tool for disaster terminology and for analysing the contents of bibliographic information. Here provided in Spanish, the vocabulary is also available in English, Portuguese and French, which may be requested from the provider.
This report examines the protection situation
for refugees, returnees, internally displaced persons and minorities in
Kosovo, as well as safeguards for the rights of those who have not yet
returned. In addition, the role of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees
within the overall structure of the UN Interim Administration in Kosovo