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  • Human Security Survey outcomes 2018: Payinjiar

    December 18, 2018

    In May 2018, enumerators collected 354 surveys across Payinjiar county, South Sudan. Civilians were asked about the nature of security threats they face, and the impact this has on their daily lives and their expectations for the future. This infographic reflects the summarized outcomes of the survey. The research method used is called the Human Security Survey (HSS). The HSS is developed by PAX's Protection of Civilians team and includes a series of complementary activities, including population-based research, community engagement, and advocacy.


  • Human Security Survey outcomes 2018: Jonglei

    December 15, 2018

    In March 2018, enumerators collected 560 surveys across the three counties of Jonglei, South Sudan. Civilians were asked about the nature of security threats they face, and the impact this has on their daily lives and their expectations for the future. This infographic reflects the summarized outcomes of the survey. The research method used is called the Human Security Survey (HSS). The HSS is developed by PAX's Protection of Civilians team and includes a series of complementary activities, including population-based research, community engagement, and advocacy.


  • Human Security Survey: Annual Summary Report Jubek

    November 5, 2018

    PAX and its partners conducted large-scale quantitative research about the nature of security threats facing civilians in Jubek, South Sudan and the impact this has on their daily lives and their expectations for the future. Community security dialogues were organized afterwards to present the initial survey findings and subsequently have a dialogue with local community stakeholders in Jubek about security issues that warrant follow-up. This report summarises the Human Security Survey findings and presents the main conclusions from local community security dialogues in 2017.


  • Human Security Survey outcomes 2018: Salahaddin

    October 23, 2018

    In April and May 2018, 13 enumerators asked 673 civilians about the nature of security threats they face, and the impact this has on their daily lives and their expectations for the future in Salahaddin, Iraq. This placemat reflects the preliminary outcomes of the survey. The research method used is called the Human Security Survey (HSS). The HSS is developed by PAX's Protection of Civilians team and includes a series of complementary activities, including population-based research, community engagement, and advocacy.


  • Human Security Survey: Annual Summary Report Eastern Lakes

    September 21, 2018

    PAX and its partners conducted large-scale quantitative research about the nature of security threats facing civilians in Eastern Lakes, South Sudan and the impact this has on their daily lives and their expectations for the future. Community security dialogues were organized afterwards to present the initial survey findings and subsequently have a dialogue with local community stakeholders in Eastern Lakes about security issues that warrant follow-up. This report summarises the Human Security Survey findings and presents the main conclusions from local community security dialogues in 2017.


  • Human Security Survey outcomes 2018: Basra

    September 11, 2018

    In March and April 2018, enumerators asked 756 civilians about the nature of security threats they face, and the impact this has on their daily lives and their expectations for the future in Basra, Iraq. This placemat reflects the preliminary outcomes of the survey. The research method used is called the Human Security Survey (HSS). The HSS is developed by PAX's Protection of Civilians team and includes a series of complementary activities, including population-based research, community engagement, and advocacy.


  • Human Security Survey outcomes 2017: Jubek

    July 6, 2018

    In July 2017, enumerators asked 525 civilians about the nature of security threats they face, and the impact this has on their daily lives and their expectations for the future in Jubek, South Sudan. This infographic reflects the summarized outcomes of the survey. The research method used is called the Human Security Survey (HSS). The HSS is developed by PAX's Protection of Civilians team and includes a series of complementary activities, including population-based research, community engagement, and advocacy.


  • Human Security Survey: Annual Summary Report Payinjiar

    April 26, 2018

    PAX and its partners conducted large-scale quantitative research about the nature of security threats facing civilians in Payinjiar, and the impact this has on their daily lives and their expectations for the future. Community security dialogues were organized afterwards to present the initial survey findings and subsequently have a dialogue with local community stakeholders in Payinjiar about security issues that warrant follow-up. This report summarises the Human Security Survey findings and presents the main conclusions from local community security dialogues in 2017.


  • Ninth Quarterly Report on Besieged Areas in Syria

    March 19, 2018

    The ninth quarterly Siege Watch report, published by PAX and The Syria Institute, details the escalation of the attacks on Eastern Ghouta, including at least four suspected chemical attacks. Across the country, 714,345 people remain trapped in at least 33 besieged communities and more than one million additional Syrians live in “Watchlist” areas, under threat of intensified siege and abuse.


  • Human Security Survey outcomes 2017: Salahaddin

    February 26, 2018

    In November-December 2017, enumerators asked 776 civilians about the nature of security threats they face, and the impact this has on their daily lives and their expectations for the future in Salahaddin, Iraq. This placemat reflects the preliminary outcomes of the survey. The research method used is called the Human Security Survey (HSS). The HSS is developed by PAX's Protection of Civilians team and includes a series of complementary activities, including population-based research, community engagement, and advocacy.



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