The Women's Refugee Commission has just released a new report: Bright
Lights, Big City: Urban Refugees Struggle to Make a Living in New Delhi.
You can download a copy
As part of a year-long study on urban refugee livelihoods, the Women’s
Refugee Commission undertook a field assessment trip to New Delhi,
India, from late February to mid-March 2011. The assessment focused on
refugees' economic coping strategies, protection risks associated with
those coping strategies and potential market opportunities. Key
stakeholders from the service provider, donor and refugee communities
were consulted and the findings reflect an amalgamation of the many
voices and perspectives gleaned through interviews, project site visits
and focus group discussions.
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