Women, men, girls and boys who are forced to leave their home have to adjust to a new environment, find ways to earn their living while trying to stay healthy and safe. They have the universal right to a durable solution, be it through return, resettlement or local integration. According to the IASC Framework on Durable Solutions, ‘a durable solution is achieved when people who were internally displaced (as well as forcibly displaced persons in general) no longer have any specific assistance and protection needs and can enjoy their human rights without discrimination on account of their displacement status’.
In order for solutions to be sustainable and adapted to the context, they need to be nationally owned and locally led involving humanitarian, development and peace actors. This Newsletter features insights from different actors on ways to support efforts towards Durable Solutions in specific contexts and provides access to resources and tools. Durable solutions are also an important topic dealt with in the recent Report by the High-Level Panel on Internal Displacement which was launched on September 29th, 2021.
On this page, we get insights from different actors on ways to support efforts towards Durable Solutions, get access to resources and tools and hear country-specific experiences.