January 22, 2021
The Economist writes that despite challenging conditions in Lebanon—an economic crisis, the coronavirus pandemic, and the scapegoating of refugees—many Syrian refugees living in Lebanon intend to stay. The article cites a study that found a majority of Syrian refugees in Lebanon plan to stay for the foreseeable future, a decision that is more significantly influenced by conditions in Syria than Lebanon.
The Washington Post Covers IPA-Supported Research on Return Intentions of Syrian Refugees in Lebanon
December 10, 2020
Researchers Ala’ Alrababa’h, Marine Casalis, and Daniel Masterson share findings from their study on the return intentions of Syrian refugees living in Lebanon; many of which plan to remain in Lebanon despite the challenges to their health and livelihood.