Responding to Displacement: Strategies, Methods, Tools, Outcomes

The course will explore, using a case study and practical application methods, different strategies and tools that are being employed around the world to respond to the growing phenomenon of displacement and evictions in the context of rapid development and urbanization. The class will use illustrations of impact assessment tools, mapping strategies, case law, policy responses and mobilisation methods being employed by independent institutions, the United Nations, civil society, academics from various disciplines and government bodies.

Open to undergraduates with permission of instructor.