We have conversations with people in crisis situations because they are the best to know the problem, their needs and the solutions. Based on the insights we get from these conversations, we draft reports sharing their voices, experiences and recommendations.
Trapped in between Lebanon and Syria
Published November 19, 2020
In the first such study since the end of the fighting, the Refugee Protection Watch coalition has communicated with hundreds of refugees in Lebanon and refugees who returned to Syria to produce a thorough and disturbing overview of the dire plight of the approximately 5.5 million Syrian refugees in neighbouring countries.
COVID-19 in Lebanon: Impact on Refugees and Host Communities
Published April 22, 2020
The Refugee Protection Watch (RPW) Coalition – an initiative between Basmeh&Zeitooneh, ALEF, PAX, 11.11.11. and Upinion – undertakes research and advocacy on protection issues facing Syrian refugees in Lebanon and the conditions for safe, voluntary and dignified return inside Syria. This briefing outlines some research findings, and key protection concerns that the RPW coalition has so far noted with regard to the impact of the COVID-19 crisis in Lebanon, and contains a number of recommendations for policymakers, donors and NGOs.
Connecting with Syrian refugees in Turkey
Updated February 18, 2019 — Originally published December 21, 2018
We connected with the Syrian community in Turkey to learn about their challenges and needs. In this report we highlight the opinions of over 7.000 Syrian refugees and we share their insights. More about this community.
Connecting with asylum seekers on Lesbos
Updated February 4, 2019 — Originally published January 18th 2019
We reached out to asylum seekers on Lesbos to learn about their needs, living conditions and access to legal assistance. Our insights are based on 165 community members. More about this community.