The third round of data from RIWI’s UN-commission social cohesion tracker in Turkey – comparing the views of refugee and Turkish nationals has been released in partnership with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). The WFP used RIWI’s continuous monitoring to gauge levels of social cohesion between Turkish citizens, and refugees. RIWI technology allowed WFP to access populations that are exceptionally challenging to engage in a statistically reliable and geographically precise manner.
The three waves of data collection were conducted from July 2017 to January 2018, reaching a total of 6,142 respondendents. The survey helped paint an accurate picture of the impact that refugees are have on social, cultural and economic aspects of Turkish societies by allowing host communities and refugees to express their opinions and feelings about the issues relating to social cohesion.
See the full analysis including the wave 1 detailed report here.
Image source: World Food Programme Report