The CRRF specifies key elements for a comprehensive response to any large movement of refugees. These include rapid and well-supported reception and admissions; support for immediate and on-going needs; assistance for local and national institutions and communities receiving refugees; and expanded opportunities for solutions. The CRRF will inform the preparation of a global compact on refugees, to be included in the High Commissioner’s annual report to the General Assembly in 2018.
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The final release of the Somalia Partnership Forum provides evidence on Somali Government recent commitments to adopt a new legislation on displacement and durable solutions, eviction, the national policy on refugee returnees and IDPs, as well as HLP, within the next twelve months. The statement also summarizes the work done by the country in the areas of Inclusive politics, security, Economic Recovery, Partnerships, Gender and Human Rights, as well as, in Resilience, Recovery and Humanitarian Assistance.
This report presents key outcomes on UNHCR and UNDP jointly programming on the DRC. The overview includes an analysis of how both partners are strengthening collaboration in humanitarian, development and peace areas.
Focusing on refugees and asylum seekers living in Uganda, and who have fled either Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) or South Sudan, this report explores the opportunities and challenges for political and civic participation in Uganda and the impact Refugees have to affect the democratic processes of their countries of origin.
12/09/2018: Workshop on strengthening the operationalisation of CRRF in Kenya (Nairobi)
19/09/2018: Second anniversary of the adoption of the New York Declaration
17/10/2018: Uganda CRRF Steering Group meeting