Activities

DSP engages the humanitarian, development and policy communities in the region and beyond.  We do this by developing research and by organizing conferences, trainings and seminars. 

The Syria Solutions Analysis is a joint initiative, coordinated by DSP, intended to assess progress toward durable solutions for displaced Syrians, including refugees, IDPs, returnees from abroad, and returnees from within the country. Currently, more than 15 international NGOs, Syrian NGOs, analysis units, and other actors are involved in the process. It involves two related projects:

a. The development of…

The Durable Solutions Platform (DSP) organized a virtual roundtable discussion to share existing evidence, experiences and medium-term considerations for holistic livelihoods programming, including the graduation model, in Jordan on 19 August 2020. The roundtable brought together 29 participants from 16 different agencies.

The roundtable focused on the need to promote holistic programming that enables refugees to…

This year, the Durable Solutions Platform (DSP) and the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) are conducting a research project to explore best practices that can enable pathways to durable solutions for Syrian refugees, moving past the effects of displacement. The best practices are drawn from displacement contexts around the world, highlight the learning that can be drawn for improving resilience and opportunities for supporting self-reliance for Syrian refugees and their host…

Over the course of 2020, the Durable Solutions Platform (DSP), together with IMPACT Initiatives, will be conducting research to examine whether, and in what ways, shared livelihoods services have and can contribute to better integration outcomes for Syrian refugees, internally displaced people (IDPs) and host communities in KRI.

This document provides an overview of the project, including by defining shared services in relation…