March edition of the Panel's newsletter
8 April 2021
February edition of the Panel's newsletter
9 March 2021
The High-Level Panel on Internal Displacement was established by the UN Secretary-General to prompt action to prevent, respond and solve the world's internal displacement crises. Building on ongoing efforts within the humanitarian, development and peace communities, the Panel will work to identify bold, concrete and practical recommendations for Member States, the UN system and other relevant stakeholders.
Consultation with the Benadir Durable Solutions Unit of Somalia
8 April 2021, Virtual
With the support of UN-Habitat, the Joint IDP Profiling Service (JIPS) and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), the Panel met with representatives from the Benadir Durable Solutions Unit to learn about the Somali government-led efforts in adressing urban displacement in Mogadishu.
The Secretariat has partnered with researchers from global universities and networks to gather research inputs on internal displacement from different lenses.
Consultations with IDPs and Host Communities
The voices of IDPs and host communities are critical to the Panel's work. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Panel has partnered with 32 UN Agencies and NGOs on the ground to carry out the consultations on its behalf.
To ensure an inclusive consultation process, written contributions are gathered from a wide range of stakeholders, including Member States, UN agencies, NGOs, researchers, think tanks and more, to inform the Panel's work.
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