The Southern Responses to Displacement research project explores why, how and with what effect Southern states, civil society networks and refugees have responded to support refugees from Syria.

This project develops a multi-perspectival approach framed around the participatory co-production of knowledge with refugees, local communities, civil society groups, local, national and international secular and faith-based organisations, and UN agencies.

The project purposefully aims to centralise refugees’ own experiences of and perspectives on these Southern-led initiatives.

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