LERRN Blog Series: Knowledge, Voice and Power
In this blog series we feature authors from around the world reflecting on questions about involving people with lived experiences of displacement in multiple contexts, as well as scholars based in the Global South, from research to policy discussions.
The LERRN Working Papers Series
These Working Papers report on findings from LERRN Research Placements and review the literature on key themes related to LERRN’s work.
Publications from Dadaab
A collection of papers, blogs, and stories relating to the Dadaab Refugee Complex, Kenya.
Dadaab Response Association Working Papers
These Working Papers are written by researchers living in Dadaab and discuss refugee education.
85% of refugees live in the Global South… what about refugee research?
Publications from Partners
Publications by LERRN Partners in Jordan, Lebanon, Kenya, Tanzania and the Global North.
Series edited by Megan Bradley and James Milner
The McGill-Queen’s Refugee and Forced Migration Studies series aim to advance in-depth examination of diverse forms, dimensions, and experiences of displacement, including in the context of conflict and violence, repression and persecution, and disasters and environmental change. The series will explore responses to refugees, internal displacement, and other forms of forced migration to illuminate the dynamics surrounding forced migration in global, national, and local contexts, including Canada, the perspectives of displaced individuals and communities, and the connections to broader patterns of human mobility.