Formal Informality, Brokering Mechanisms, and Illegality. The Impact of the Lebanese State’s Policies on Syrian Refugees’ Daily Lives.

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Lebanon Support
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Lebanon Support
Migration, Mobility and Circulation, Syrian Refugees in Lebanon, Socio-Economic Rights Base, Conflict Analysis Project
Resource Type: 
Study and/or Report

This report seeks to provide an overview of Lebanon’s current policy towards Syrian refugees, and to explore the new rules and regulations issued by General Security regarding the entry, residency, and departure of Syrian nationals. It also analyses the challenges pertaining to the current policy and its impact on the daily lives of Syrian refugees, with a special focus on their emerging illegality, their struggle for decent livelihood and working conditions, and increased informality and insecurity.

It is the first of a series of reports published in 2016, the 2nd report of the series being "Syrian Refugees' Livelihoods. The Impact of Progressively Constrained Legislations and Increased Informality on Syrians’ Daily Lives." and the 3rd "Access to Healthcare for Syrian Refugees. The Impact of Fragmented Service Provision on Syrians’ Daily Lives."

Syrian Refugees, Displacement, Entry, Residency, General Security
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