Vulnerabilities Under the Global Protection Regime
Legal and policy instruments at the global and European level increasingly emphasize the need to address the specific needs of vulnerable migrants. But what does it mean to be vulnerable? The aim of the VULNER project is to investigate this question through field studies in selected refugee settlements in Europe (Belgium, Germany, Italy, and Norway), Africa (Uganda and South Africa), the Middle East (Lebanon), and North America (Canada).

Research Reports


VULNER_WP6_Report_1
VULNER_WP8_Report_1
VULNER_WP4_Report1
VULNER_WP3_Report1
VULNER_WP7_Report1
VULNER_WP5_Report_1
VULNER_WP2_Report1
VULNER_WP1_IntroReport

Project Partners


https://www.mpg.de/en
https://uclouvain.be/en/index.html
https://www.uni-halle.de/?lang=en
https://www.unive.it/pag/13526/
https://www.samfunnsforskning.no/english/
https://www.uottawa.ca/en
https://www.mcgill.ca/
http://www.yorku.ca/index.html
https://lebanesestudies.com/
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