The Solutions Working Group: A core objective of the global refugee regime is to support the achievement of “durable solutions” for refugees, traditionally through voluntary repatriation to their country of origin, integration in the host country or resettlement to a third country. Yet durable solutions for refugees have proven increasingly elusive, with millions of refugees now trapped in protracted displacement. New thinking on the meaning of solutions, and obstacles to their achievement, is needed. The Solutions Working group explores this issue through research on contemporary as well as historical refugee situations.
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
Realising the Right of Return: Refugees’ Roles in Localising Norms and Socialising UNHCR in Geopolitics
Megan Bradley, Lead of LERRN's Solutions Working Group, has published Realising the Right of Return: Refugees’ Roles in Localising Norms...
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
Durable Solutions and the Humanitarian-Development Nexus: A Literature Review
MERVE ERDILMEN PhD Student, Department of Political Science, McGill University Read here: Durable Solutions and the Humanitarian-Development Nexus Executive summary: This paper...