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“Better Together - A Youth Led Approach to Peaceful Coexistence” - Baseline Assessment and Conflict Perceptions Study

Status: Data collection finished 14 July 2014 - 31 July 2014
Funded
Methodology: Data collection started, widgets.needs_assessment.status.5, widgets.needs_assessment.status.7
Methodology description:
Sampling: Stratified
Sampling size: 541
Target population: Displaced - Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Population in Camp, Urban / Rural Population, Host Communities, Non-Displaced - Host
Unit of Measurement: Individual

“Better Together - A Youth Led Approach to Peaceful Coexistence” - Baseline Assessment and Conflict Perceptions Study

Status: Data collection finished 14 July 2014 - 31 July 2014
Funded
Methodology: Focus Group Discussion, Individual key informant interviews, Other
Methodology description:
Sampling: Stratified
Sampling size: 541
Target population: Displaced - Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Population in Camp, Urban / Rural Population, Host Communities, Non-Displaced - Host
Unit of Measurement: Individual
The Baseline Assessment and Conflict Perceptions Study conducted in the Bekaa and the South aimed at: - Discovering which stereotypes and prejudices Lebanese and Syrians youth have about each other; - Identifying the type of conflicts anticipated with the protraction of the refugees’ stay within the host communities; - Identifying youth needs and interests that would help SFCG and its partners to fine-tune the content of the proposed project activities.

Locations

  • Lebanon
  • South Lebanon
  • Bekaa
  • Syrian Arab Republic

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