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Know War

Knowledge Production in Times of Flight and War – Developing Common Grounds for Research in/on Syria. The war in Syria has resulted in the largest population exodus in recent global history. With more than 4.8 million officially registered refugees having fled the country and more than 6.4 million internally displaced ...

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The 1st Conference for “Refugees=Partners” Initiative

Economic Inclusion to Mitigate the Refugee Crisis Beirut, Lebanon 2 August 2019 Press Release “Refugees = Partners” project held its first conference titled “Economic Inclusion to Mitigate the Refugee Crisis”, Friday, 2 August 2019, at the Bristol Hotel, Beirut. The conference aims to address the repercussions of the refugee crisis ...

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Refugees-partners

About the initiative: An independent research-based initiative implemented in coordination between the Lebanese Economic Association (LEA) and the Syrian Centre for Policy Research (SCPR) aims at encountering negative sentiments against refugees in Lebanon and encouraging policy reforms that protect their rights. Our vision is Refugees live in social cohesion with ...

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Launching event of the Report “Food Security and Conflict in Syria”

Food Security and Conflict in Syria Tuesday, May14,2019. The Department of Environmental Health of the faculty if Health sciences at the American University of Beirut, in partnership with the Syrian Center for Policy Research and the Agricultural, Environment and Health Network. Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs ...

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Food Security and Conflict in Syria

The Department of Environmental Health of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the American University of Beirut, in partnership with the Syrian Center for Policy Research and the Agricultural, Environment and Health Network Cordially invites you to the launching event of the report on Food Security and Conflict in Syria ...

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Alternative Development Policies

The main goal of Alternative Policies project is to provide a contribution to develop an alternative developmental paradigm that fulfills the Syrian society aspirations and expectations and overcomes the main challenges facing Syria. The project aims to develop developmental paths that can overcome the impacts of the current crisis and ...

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The Launch of Social Degradation in Syria Report: The Conflict Impact on Social Capital

Video of the launch of Syrian Center for Policy Research report (in Arabic) Social Degradation in Syria The Conflict Impact on Social Capital  Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at American University of Beirut   Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at AUB hosted the launch ...

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Syrian Crisis and Subjugating Powers

This brief defines the powers responsible of “squandering humanity” in the Syrian crisis, these powers are internal (tyranny, fanaticism, and fundamentalism), and external including organizations, networks, countries, and groups. Moreover, the brief identifies these powers’ role in suppressing the inspiration of social powers seeking civil liberties, justice, dignity, welfare, and ...

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