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Iraq's refugees - beyond tolerance, Regional Presentation

The Refugee Studies Centre and the Regional Human Security Centre (RHSC) in Amman, Jordan organised a regional presentation on the situation of Iraqi refugees (13 April 2010). Both organisations have worked extensively with issues of forced migration and seek now to combine their joint experience.

Based on the most recent RSC Policy Briefing on Iraq's refugees - beyond , this one-day event provided a platform for an open discussion involving researchers, government reprentatives, UN agencies, international and non-governmental organisations, and Iraqi refugees on the situation of Iraqis displaced internally and Iraqis displaced in the region. Some key principles for consideration by policy makers in government, in migration agencies and in the humanitarian networks from Iraq and the Middle East region were presented and discussed. The emphasis was on protection and durable solutions to displacement.

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Iraq's refugees - beyond tolerance: Keynote address

This podcast was recorded at the Regional Presentation of the Forced Migration Policy Briefing on 'Iraq's refugees - beyond tolerance', which was held by the Refugee Studies Centre and the Regional Human Security Centre (RHSC) on 13th April 2010 in Amman, Jordan.

Iraq's refugees - beyond tolerance: Session 1

This podcast was recorded at the Regional Presentation of the Forced Migration Policy Briefing on 'Iraq's refugees - beyond tolerance', which was held by the Refugee Studies Centre and the Regional Human Security Centre (RHSC) on 13th April 2010 in Amman, Jordan.

Chaired by Dr Nasir Al-Samaraie, Adviser to the Iraq Head of Delegation, International Committee of the Red Cross

“Security, risk of on-going conflict and displacement"

Presented by Dr Philip Marfleet, Associate Director, CMRB, University of East London

“Protection and welfare of the displaced and some key principles required for durable solutions”

Presented by Dr Dawn Chatty, Deputy Director, RSC, University of Oxford

Iraq's refugees - beyond tolerance: Session 2

This podcast was recorded at the Regional Presentation of the Forced Migration Policy Briefing on 'Iraq's refugees - beyond tolerance', which was held by the Refugee Studies Centre and the Regional Human Security Centre (RHSC) on 13th April 2010 in Amman, Jordan.

Chaired by Professor Adel Tweissi, Secretary General of the Higher Council of Science and Technology

“Enhancing the protection of Iraqi refugees in Jordan” (in Arabic)

Presented by Mr Abed El-Baset Al Kabariti, Ministry of Interior, Government of Jordan

“تعزيز حماية اللاجئين العراقيين في الأردن”

السيد عبدالباسط الكباريتي، وزارة الداخلية، الحكومة الأردنية

“Meeting assistance needs of Iraqi refugees and seeking durable solutions to their displacement”

Presented by Mr Arafat Jamal, UNHCR Deputy Representative in Jordan

“Addressing key issues in Iraq to offer conditions for safe return of displaced Iraqis”

Presented by Ms Liana Paris, Displacement Monitoring Officer, IOM Iraq Mission

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Photograph of Dr Dawn Chatty, HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan and Ambassador Abu-Nimah. Amman, 13 April 2010.

Dr Dawn Chatty, HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan and Ambassador Abu-Nimah. Amman, 13 April 2010.

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Last updated Sep 09, 2011