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  • Morseth, M. S., Grewal, N. K., Kaasa, I. S., Hatløy, A., Barikmo, I. & Henjum, S. (2017). Dietary diversity is related to socioeconomic status among adult Saharawi refugees living in Algeria. BMC Public Health, 17:621.

  • Christophersen, M. (2016). Jordan and the Syrian refugees. Orient, 1/2016.

  • Christophersen, M. (2016). Is Education a Dead End for Syrian Refugees? IPI Global Observatory.

  • Sommerfelt, Tone & Mark  B. Taylor. 2015. "The big dilemma of small soldiers: Recruiting children to the war in Syria". Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre. Oslo: NOREF.

  • Christophersen, M. (2015). As Divisions Entrench. Is Syria Headed for Permanent Split? IPI Global Observatory.

  • Cristophersen, M. (2015). Educating Syrian Youth in Jordan: Holistic Approaches to Emergency Response. International Peace Institute.

  • Tiltnes, Å. A. (2008). Palestinske flyktningers kår i Libanon etter Nahr al-Bared. Babylon, 1, 116-125.

  • Bjørkhaug I, Bøås M, Hatløy A and Jennings KM (2007) Returning to Uncertainty? Addressing Vulnerabilities in Northern Uganda, Kampala: UNDP/Office of the Prime Minister
  • Bøås M and Hatløy A (2006). Poor, terrorised and internally displaced: the humanitarian situation in Northern Uganda. Humanitarian Exchange, 36: 21-22.

  • Bøås M and Hatløy A (2005) Northern Uganda IDP Profiling. Volume 1: Northern Uganda IDP Study. Kampala: UNDP/Office of the Prime Minister.
  • Atallah A, Bøås M, El Dada H, Hatløy A and Zhang H (2005) Northern Uganda IDP Profiling. Volume 2: Tabulation report. Kampala: UNDP/Office of the Prime Minister. (CD)
  • Tiltnes, Å. A. (2000). Chronic illness in the Palestinian refugee camp population of Jordan: Results from a 1999 household survey. Paper written for the Department of Palestinian Affairs.
  • Tiltnes, Å. A. (1999). Poverty and welfare in the Palestinian refugee camps of Jordan: Portrait of living conditions based on a household survey. Paper presented at the CERMOC symposium "The Palestinian Refugees and UNRWA in Jordan, the West Bank and Gaza", Dead See, Jordan.



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