Infographic No.1: Governance of and solutions for forcibly displaced people

The governance of displacement and access to protection is closely linked to solutions for displaced people that refer to both the capability of displaced persons to rebuild their lives after displacement and the opportunities available to do so.

Governance structures, however, often overlap and show significant gaps at the same time, which leads to protracted displacement. Protracted displacement is characterised by vulnerability, dependency and legal insecurity resulting from continuous cycles of displacement and a lack of durable solutions. To expand solutions it is key that governance consider strategies of forcibly displaced people who create and find solutions on their own, building on multiple local and translocal social networks and on mobility.

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