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The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is one of the world’s leading humanitarian relief and development organizations. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC responds to the worlds’ worst humanitarian crises and helps people survive, recover and regain control over their lives. Working in more than 40 countries, the IRC is helping to restore hope and opportunity to millions of people. As part of expansion of program, the IRC delivered targeted GBV, child protection and general protection activities alongside building responsive modes in both Rohingya camp and host community. As part of the inception phase, the IRC has planned to conduct an in-depth protection assessment and analyses to inform its current and future programming. dRi led on the design and implementation of a protection assessment in two locations in Cox’s Bazar (Ukhia and Teknaf) covering both Rohingya refugee camps and host community while focusing specifically on the current status of access to justice

Theme: Migration and Human Rights

Research Method: Qualitative

Project Status: Accomplished

Starting Year: 2019

Partner: International Rescue Committee (IRC)

Study Area: Cox’sbazar