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This online conference marks the culmination of five years of increasing international engagement with the pressing challenge of ‘solutions’ to internal displacement. 

In 2024, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Solutions to Internal Displacement will wrap up the work on this issue begun by his High-Level Panel in 2020 and continued under his Action Agenda. These processes reflect a longstanding preoccupation that, despite decades of efforts including the 1998 UN Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement and the humanitarian reform, the acute needs of many internally displaced persons (IDPs) remain unmet and, globally, long-term solutions to their situation appear elusive.

This conference provides a forum for researchers, practitioners, policy-makers and students from all disciplines to come together to present, debate and reflect on ‘solutions’ to internal displacement and their future. It offers the chance to develop new research agendas and collaborations. Alongside keynote presentations, it will host ‘thematic’ and ‘open’ panel sessions to share research and analysis from academia and from policy/practice.


Registration


All attendees, including presenters, will need to register for the conference. Conference registration will open from Friday 1 December 2023 via the RLI website.

There is a standard registration charge of £15 to cover the administrative costs of running the conference. RLI Affiliates and students on our MA in Refugee Protection, as well as displaced persons, can register for free, please email requests to idpconference@sas.ac.uk. Conference registration for one day only is not available. Tickets are non-refundable.


If you are having problems with your payment for the event, please contact the SAS Events Office: sas.events@sas.ac.uk



You can view the call for papers for this conference via the RLI website.