The Building the Evidence on Forced Displacement: From Research to Policy Making series aims to disseminate findings from quantitative research on forced displacement and to discuss its implications on programming and policy. It provides a platform for disseminating research that is targeted and forward-looking and that will help practitioners and policymakers design and deliver effective forced displacement programs.
This webinar series is organized by the FCDO-UNHCR-WB Building the Evidence on Forced Displacement program, Innovations for Poverty Action, the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, the World Bank Development Impact Evaluation unit, the Center for Global Development, the International Rescue Committee Airbel Impact Lab, the World Food Programme and UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti.
All webinars are open to the public and all are encouraged to attend; recordings will be available approximately 1-3 business days after each event. For more information on each webinar and registration, please visit the individual webinar pages below.
- May 19, 2021 - Prison or Sanctuary? An Evaluation of Camps for Syrian Refugees
- June 30, 2021 - Do Vouchers Work? The Impact of Humanitarian Assistance on Displaced People in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
- September 22, 2021 - Venezuelan Refugees and Migrants in Brazil: Challenges to Integration and Local Impacts
- May 24, 2022 - The Psychosocial Value of Work: Evidence from Refugee Camps in Bangladesh