Video: Challenges and opportunities from the application of the CRRF with ReDSS
In this video, Cate Osborn from the Regional Durable Solutions Secretariat (ReDSS) talks about key findings and recommendations from their 2019 research
which set out to understand the achievements, challenges and opportunities from the application of the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework (CRRF) in Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya to inform a common post Global Refugee Forum (GRF) agenda. They focused on new ways of working around return and (re)integration, area-based and locally led approaches and the national and regional engagement around the CRRF. Download the ReDSS report ‘Advancing multi-stakeholder engagement to sustain solutions’.
ReDSS was created in 2015 with the aim of maintaining focused momentum and stakeholder engagement towards durable solutions for displacement-affected communities in the East and Horn of Africa. ReDSS comprises of 14 NGOs. ReDSS is not an implementing agency. It is instead a coordination and information hub that acts as a catalyst and agent provocateur to stimulate forward thinking and policy development on durable solutions for displacement.
The Research and Evidence Facility has been working closely with ReDSS and others, sharing evidence and learning around the Comprehensive Regugee Response Framework to support a common agenda from programming and policy engagement.