The importance of social capital in protracted displacement

By understanding the role that social capital plays in the lives of Syrian refugees in Lebanon – how it is created, sustained, converted and what happens when it breaks down – we hope to generate discussion about ways to further tailor assessments, targeting and programming in this and other situations of protracted displacement.

Ana Uzelac, Jos Meester, Markus Goransson and Willem van den Berg | 2018
In: Forced migration review, ISSN 1572-1701 ; eISSN 1460-9819 | [21] | 57 | February | 28-30
Middle East, Refugees, Syrians, Lebanese, Displaced Persons, Displacement, Social Capital, Quality of Life, Treatment