Towards more sustainable solutions to forced displacement
What measures are donor countries applying to forced displacement in developing countries?
The majority of forcibly displaced people worldwide are hosted by developing countries.
Alternative routes to sustainable solutions for the forcibly displaced, particularly
in developing countries, are drying up, and the path towards and support for local
integration and longer-term development is becoming urgent. Based on a questionnaire,
this report delves into the question of how donor countries are addressing forced
displacement and whether the shift towards a focus incorporating the humanitarian-development-peace
nexus in addressing forced displacement is tangible. It highlights lessons learned
so far and proposes recommendations on broadening the current approach to addressing
forced displacement in developing economies.
Published on December 18, 2020
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