This report analyses a survey conducted with more than 2,200 Syrian refugees living in Lebanon.
The survey dealt with Syrian refugees’ security perceptions in Lebanon and aimed at conveying a clearer picture of their feelings and suffering.
The questionnaire addressed three main topics:
- Security feelings in their living areas.
- Level of integration within the surrounding society.
- Actions taken when exposed to danger.
While this survey focuses only on the perceptions of the respondents, the results are quite alarming. Policy recommendations identify the existing gaps and call for greater legal and psychological assistance towards Syrian communities in Lebanon