Migration and Human Rights
Lack of human rights-based migration governance at the global, regional and national levels is leading to the routine violation of migrants’ rights in transit, at international borders, and in the countries, they migrate to. This situation is more severe in the case of forced migration which causes refugee situation.
dRi works extensively in refugee situation, trying to fill the knowledge gap to minimize the vulnerability and sufferings of forcibly displace people and refugees. dRi has recently completed a research project called Building Resilience and Improving Learning Outcomes: Assessment, intervention and evaluation of Rohingya Refugee Children Education (April 2019- May 2019). dRi has contributed in total nine studies related to Rohingya issues including Access to Justice (IRC),
UNHCR’S Response to the Rohingya Refugees, the Potential impacts of this Population Influx on the Local Economy at Cox’s Bazar, Vulnerabilities and Social Protection Needs, llivelihood Resilience in Bangladesh, Education, Child Protection, Sexual and Gender Based Violence etc.dRi also works in legal labor migration issues. Currently, dRi is working with ILO in the project titled “Application of Migration Policy for Decent Work of Migrant Workers – Phase II”. Our expertise includes Research Design & Measurement, Feasibility Study, Socio Economic Study, Project/program Design,Monitoring & Evaluation, Impact Evaluation etc. employing advanced and contemporary quantitative and qualitative research tools.