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The perspectives of those with lived experience of displacement are remarkably absent from international law scholarship.

In ‘'Nothing about us without us': Incorporating lived experiences of displacement in international law scholarship’, an expert panel examines what can be done to address this gap, and why it matters.

The Kaldor Centre’s Dr Tamara Wood moderates a rich discussion with Rifaie Tammas (University of Sydney), Tristan Harley (Kaldor Centre), Susan Harris Rimmer (Griffith University Policy Innovation Hub), Katerina Teaiwa (Australian National University) and Tina Dixson (Australian National University).

This interactive Q&A session is part of the 2021 ANZSIL Conference program.




Image credit: Eliott Reyna/Unsplash

The Kaldor Centre plays a vital role in developing legal, sustainable and humane solutions for displaced people around the world.