Civil Society and the Global Refugee Regime (LERRN), SSHRC, 2018-2025


Project Summary:

LERRN aims to better understand and enhance the role of civil society in responding to the needs of refugees in the global south. Civil society plays a large role in developing innovative responses to refugee situations and has the power to be a driver of change within political communities.

The Partnership’s goal is to enhance the understandings of the global refugee regime and empower society to directly contribute to the improved function of the regime, thereby ensuring more predictable protection and solutions for refugees and enhancing their lived experience. The project officially launched in October 2018 and will run until December 2025.

LERRN is the Local Engagement Refugee Research Network. We are a team of researchers and practitioners committed to promoting protection and solutions with and for refugees. Our goal is to ensure that refugee research, policy and practice are shaped by a more inclusive, equitable and informed collective engagement of civil society. Through collaborative research, training, and knowledge-sharing, we aim to improve the functioning of the global refugee regime and ensure more timely protection and rights-based solutions for refugees.

Our work is focused in the global South, which hosts 85% of the world’s refugees, and responds to the needs and opportunities identified by our partners in major refugee-hosting countries.

https://research.info.yorku.ca/2018/07/york-researchers-partner-in-3-5-million-refugee-study/
https://carleton.ca/lerrn/

Project Description:

SSHRC partnership grant

Project Type:
Funded

Project Role:
co-applicant

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Canada

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Start Date:
2018
End Date:
2025

Funder:
SSHRC

Year Project Started:
2018

Collaborator:
James Milner

Collaborator Institution:
Carleton University

Collaborator Role:
principal investigator

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