A Gendered Perspective: Safety, Dignity and Privacy of Camp and Camp-like Settings in Iraq

This report analyzes the gender-related concerns about safety, privacy and dignity of internally displaced persons (IDPs) hosted in camps and camp-like settings across Iraq, and discusses the impact of these concerns, war and displacement on gender relations.
The findings of this report are based on 1,036 site assessments done across Iraq in camps and camp-like settings and 44 Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) with IDP men and women – in equal numbers. Data was collected between February-July 2015.

http://www.iomiraq.net/file/6991/download

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