A report on HLP rights violations in northern Syria, particularly in areas inhabited by Kurds.
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This 121-page report sheds light on discrimination projects aiming at demographic changes in areas historically populated by Kurds in Syria.
Given that voluntary repatriation and safe return often overlap, the paper explores this intersection amid larger conversations surrounding the Lebanese Government’s approach to return, the stance of UNHCR and its role, as well as regional and international conversations on how return can take place durably and sustainably.
This article provides a legal analysis of law No. 10 of 2018.
This article provides a legal analysis of the application of the rubble removal law in the Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp.
This investigative report uncovers the manipulation of property rights and compensation in the Yarmouk camp for Palestinian refugees in Damascus.
This article published in The Guardian reports about information that Assad forces are in partnership with networks stripping exiles of their property and leaving them nothing to return to.
The earthquake that occurred at dawn on Monday, February 06, caused the total or partial collapse of thousands of buildings in Northwest Syria. The collapses were concentrated in parts of the governorates of Aleppo, Lattakia, and Idlib either controlled by the Syrian government, which controls most of Aleppo and all of the Lattakia governorates; the Syrian Salvation Government affiliated with Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, which controls most of the Idlib governorate; and the Turkish-backed Syrian Interim Government (SIG), which controls the northern countryside of Aleppo.
تسبب الزلزال الذي وقع فجر الاثنين 6 شباط، بانهيار كلي وجزئي، طال آلاف المباني، في الشمال الغربي من سوريا. وتركزت الانهيارات في محافظات حلب واللاذقية وإدلب، الواقعة تحت سيطرة ثلاثة قوى؛ النظام السوري الذي يسيطر على الجزء الأكبر من حلب وعلى كامل اللاذقية، وحكومة الإنقاذ التابعة لهيئة تحرير الشام التي تسيطر على معظم محافظة إدلب، وعلى الحكومة السورية المؤقتة المدعومة من تركيا والتي تسيطر على ريف حلب الشمالي.
This paper proposes to explore the role played by the different representations of land and shows how the co-presence and competition between these different conceptions shape public action on precarious settlements.
This article proposes to show the recent evolution of policies regarding informal settlement in Damascus, the social views and visions that fuel them and the role played by the concept of social mixity in the different urban planning approaches present in Damascus today.
This article discusses policies towards informal settlements in Syria before and during the uprising with a special focus on the case study of urban policies in the metropolitan area of Damascus.
This 64-page report focuses on the voices, experiences, and opinions of Syrians to establish whether the conditions in Syria are suitable for facilitating the return of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs).
This 62-page report aims to provide readers with an up to date, accurate picture of the current demographic makeup in northern Aleppo and outline the status and risks that this population face in security HLP rights.
This 48-page paper examines the question of how the EU and its member states can adjust their approach to Syria in such a way as to better align it with the current realities and challenges on the ground, bring Europe’s instruments into line with its interests, and make best possible use of the narrow available leeway.
This 36-page report provides relevant information regarding the situation of returnees hailing from Syria within the framework of international protection status determination.
This 48-page report documents cases of large-scale demolitions across the cities of Damascus and Hama and considered as unlawful.
This 22-page paper provides a detailed account of relationship between the city of Damascus and its north-eastern outskirts, over which the capital was unable to effectively impose its will due to lack of sustainable policies policies.
In this study, the Voices for Displaced Syrians (VDSF) and the Operations and Policy Center (OPC) undertook a first-of-its-kind research project to establish the minimum frequency and types of violations experienced by returnees throughout the whole-of-Syria, informed by their perspectives and experiences.
This 24-page report explores the key challenges that Syrian refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) face to access civil documentation and HLP rights from a durable solutions perspective, including in the context of returns to Syria.