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The launch of Forced Dispersion report -Syrian Human Status- The Demographic Report 2016

Video of the launch of Syrian Center for Policy Research report

Forced Dispersion

Syrian Human Status: The Demographic Report 2016

In the Social Justice and Conflict Resolution Institute at Lebanese American University

 

The Social Justice and Conflict Resolution Institute at Lebanese American University hosted the launch of SCPR report The Forced Dispersion, on Friday, 9th December 2016: 1 PM to 3 PM. The report diagnoses population status in Syria before and during the crisis by adopting a participatory rights-based approach. The report re-estimates key pre-crisis demographic indicators, which allows for a different understanding of the population challenges. During the crisis, and based mainly on the Population Status Survey 2014, which was designed and implemented for this research. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the demographic status during the catastrophic crisis and the risk of its continuation, and sketches some future alternatives toward its ending and overcoming its impact.

 This video shows the schedule of launch as follows:
Time Name Job Contribution Lang
00:00-5:34 Ziad Abd Alsamad Executive director of The Arab NGO Network for Development Moderator   Arabic
5:35 – 18:30 Imad Salamey Director of the Institute for Social Justice and Conflict Resolution at the Lebanese American University Opening remarks and discussant English
18:38-1:08:00 Rabie Nasser &

 Zaki Mehchy

Researchers at Syrian Center for Policy Research

 

Report Results Arabic
1:09:42- 1:24:06 Omar Dahi Associate professor of economics at Hampshire College Discussant English
1:38:40- 1:49:10 Ali Rustom Demographic & social senior statistician Discussant Arabic
1:24:07- 1:38:38 Open discussion Arabic
1:49:11- 1:59:22 Final remarks Arabic

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