Contemporary Studies in Social Sciences

Volume 2 - Issue 1 (4) | PP: 46 - 62 Language : English
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/CSSS2024.2.1.4
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Progression of Employment and Livelihoods Policies and Regulations for the Protracted Displacement of Refugees in Host Countries: Syrian Refugees in Jordan as a Case Study

Ammar M. Kakish ,
Bader S. Al-Madi ,
Christine Hildebrandt
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
11/12/2023 1/1/2024 12/3/2024 4/6/2024
Abstract
Objectives: Three major research questions have been raised in this study to explain issues related to the employment and livelihood for Syrian refugees in Jordan and their experience to the existing employment and livelihood policies and regulations. Methods: To do so, the quantitative survey has been conducted with 390 respondents and qualitative interviews with 5 respondents to derive an outcome of the study. Results: The study concluded that the livelihood and employment of Syrian refugees in Jordan is a difficult problem that involves several different aspects. Conclusions: To address these difficulties, there will need to be a concerted and ongoing effort by the Jordanian government, as well as from international organizations, non-governmental organizations, and players from the private sector.


How To Cite This Article
Kakish , A. M.Al-Madi , B. S. & Hildebrandt , C. (2024). Progression of Employment and Livelihoods Policies and Regulations for the Protracted Displacement of Refugees in Host Countries: Syrian Refugees in Jordan as a Case Study. Contemporary Studies in Social Sciences, 2 (1), 46-62, 10.31559/CSSS2024.2.1.4

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