Social Dynamics for Early Recovery Programming: Tikrit and al-Alam, Salahaddin
This qualitative research, carried out by Social Inquiry in collaboration with the Danish Refugee Council, served to help guide the approach to and implementation of early recovery programming, focused particularly on improving social cohesion. The need for such programming and analysis in these Tikrit Center and al-Alam is evident given their significance as a center of power under the Baath regime and their reversal of fortune in aftermath of the Iraq War, including the arrival of ISIS into the area in 2014. This work centered on gaining greater insight from returnees and those displaced across a number of socioeconomic, political, security, and demographic factors, which shaped recommendations for intervention.
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