Keyword Archives: refugees
By Lacey Gale. 2006. The International Journal of Sociology of Family, Vol 32, No. 2:273-287.
Sustaining Relationships across Borders: Translocal Livelihoods and Mobility among Refugees in Guinea
By Lacey Gale. 2006. Refugee Survey Quarterly, 25: 69-80.
By Karen Jacobsen and Loren B. Landau. Forced Migration Review. May 2005. (Vol. 23.)
By Karen Jacobsen. Kumarian Press, 2005.
The Alchemy Project began in 2001 as a pilot program to explore whether income generating interventions do support the livelihoods of forcibly displaced people. Our long-term goals were to work with humanitarian agencies and donors to develop programs and policies that support the livelihoods of displaced people during and after their displacement.
In the interests of exploring livelihood interventions that could support the financial resilience of refugees and IDPs, the Feinstein International Center is pleased to make available a paper titled “Microcredit and other loan programs in protracted refugee situations: Lessons from the Alchemy Project.”
The Dual Imperative in Refugee Research: Some Methodological and Ethical Considerations in Social Science Research on Forced Migration
By Karen Jacobsen and Loren Landau. Disasters. September 2003. (Vol. 27, No. 3, pp. 185-206.)
By Lacey Gale. 2003. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) New Issues in Refugee Research (Working Paper No. 88).
By Karen Jacobsen. Journal of Modern African Studies. December 2002. (Vol. 40, No. 4, pp. 577-596.)
This report seeks to explain why currently there is vulnerability to food insecurity in Afghanistan and how vulnerable individuals, households and communities are coping with food insecurity. Based on this analysis, recommendations for a principled strategy of humanitarian assistance are made to USAID.