Durable Solutions Platform (DSP)
The Durable Solutions Platform (DSP) generates knowledge and convenes dialogue on the long-term future of displaced Syrians.
Since its establishment in 2016, the DSP has conducted research on key questions regarding durable solutions for displaced Syrians, including on challenges to voluntary repatriation in safety and dignity, local integration in the region and resettlement to third countries. The DSP engages stakeholders in the region and beyond in evidence-based strategic discussions.
Moreover, the DSP promotes the inclusion of Syrian civil society in policy discussions around solutions to displacement and, to this end, invests in capacity building of Syrian CSO’s. This includes organising workshops and roundtable discussions with civil society in the region.
The DSP is funded through the European Regional Development and Protection Programme (RDPP). Additional grants have been received from the Danish International Development Agency (Danida) and ECHO’s Enhanced Response Capacity (ERC) fund. See more