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Unlocking Protracted Displacement of Refugees and IDPs: Somali and Iraqi displacements and policy responses

The protracted displacement of refugees and IDPs constitutes a pressing yet seemingly intractable challenge facing the international community. Since 2010, the RSC has led a project, with the support of the Norwegian government and in cooperation with IDMC, NRC and NUPI, that suggests a number of innovative strategies to better match international policy to the needs of those trapped in protracted displacement. At an event co-hosted by the Refugee Studies Centre and UNHCR in London, the lead researchers shared their findings on Somali and Iraqi displacements and discussed with a group of 30 policymakers and practitioners some of the possible avenues for future policy responses.

These podcasts were recorded on 6 March 2012. The event was co-hosted by Refugee Studies Centre and UNHCR in London.

Welcome and introduction

Roland Schilling, Representative, UNHCR London

Heloise Ruaudel, Policy Programme Manager, Refugee Studies Centre

Professor Emeritus Roger Zetter, Refugee Studies Centre

Iraqi case study

Professor Dawn Chatty, Director, Refugee Studies Centre

Dr Nisrine Mansour, Research Fellow, Refugee Studies Centre

Somali case study

Dr Anna Lindley, Lecturer, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (Research Associate)

Policy overview

Dr Katy Long, Lecturer, London School of Economics (Research Associate)

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Last updated Oct 05, 2012