Number and Percentage of surveyed persons/communities reporting a situation of forced eviction
Number and Percentage
# of surveyed persons / communities reporting a situation of forced eviction
Total # of persons / communities surveyed
Geographic; Administrative; Type of displacement site; Age; Sex; Specific groups / categories of persons (ethnicity, religion, disability; etc.); Individual status (i.e. refugee, IDP, host community); Type of situation reported (risk-incident of forced eviction)
Indicator used for response monitoring ?
Situation of forced eviction can either refer to both the oral or written communication from local authorities, private owners etc.. of a threat/risk of being evicted as well as the incident itself of forced eviction. Forced eviction is defined as the permanent or temporary removal against their will of individuals, families and/or communities from the homes and/or lands which they occupy, without the provision of, and access to, appropriate forms of legal or other protection. Forced evictions can result from a broad range of situation such as for example: conflicts in which eviction, housing demolition and displacement are used as a weapon of war, for ethnic cleansing and population transfer; armed conflict characterized by targeting of civilians homes, including for collective punishment; lack of legal security of tenure, adequate protective legislation and/or their implementation; non-deliverance or non-recognition of titles over land and housing; changes related to housing and land in countries in transition. The scope of the issue of forced eviction is context-specific and should be defined at country level.
Guidance on phases
Appropriate in phases 1-4 of a new L3 emergency