This section lays out the catalog of courses offered online. For each course, a clear description is provided, including on the subject and topics examined, the language of delivery, target audience, and time frame, together with an elucidation on teaching and learning methodologies. 

Candidates who are interested in attending the online courses should register by filling in the registration form available at: http://iihl.org/refugee-migration-department/

If you have been accepted to an Online Course, please enter the key you received via mail. 


Le 2ème Cours en ligne sur le Déplacement interne examine les aspects clés de la protection des personnes déplacées, tout en analysant le déplacement interne sous différents angles et perspectives. Le séminaire examine les causes et les conséquences du déplacement interne, sa tendance mondiale actuelle, ainsi que les risques en matière de protection auxquels les individus doivent faire face au cours du cycle de déplacement, en se basant sur les normes internationales qui sous-tendent la protection des personnes déplacées - incluant les Principes Directeurs relatifs aux déplacements de personnes à l’intérieur de leur propre pays ainsi que la Convention de Kampala. Le cours analyse également les problématiques transversales telles que le logement, les terres et la propriété, la collecte des données, et les mécanismes de coordination de la communauté internationale établis en coopération avec les autorités étatiques et les représentants de la société civile afin de satisfaire aux situations de déplacement. Le séminaire étudie finalement la recherche et la mise en œuvre de solutions stables et durables pour les personnes déplacées à l’intérieur de leur propre pays. 

The 1st Online Course on Internal Displacement explores key aspects of the protection of internally displaced persons (IDPs), while analysing internal displacement from different angles and perspectives. Starting from the international norms underpinning the protection of IDPs, including the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement and the Kampala Convention, the workshop examines the causes and consequences of internal displacement, its current global trends, and the protection risks faced by individuals throughout the displacement cycle. The Course also analyses cross-cutting issues, such as housing, land and property, data collection, and the international community coordination mechanisms established together with state’s authorities and civil society representatives to respond to IDPs situations. The workshop ultimately addresses the search and implementation of durable and sustainable solutions for IDPs. 

The Course presents the key aspects of the international protection of refugees. It is based on the analysis of International Refugee Law and its complementarity with other bodies of law in guaranteeing that the rights of forcibly displaced persons are respected and ensured. The different displacement phases are examined, by outlining the causes that force people to flee, the protection risks encountered throughout the displacement cycle, and the search and implementation of durable and sustainable solutions. A cross-cutting approach is adopted in analyzing refugee-related issues, such as sexual and gender-based violence, and the protection of stateless and internally displaced persons.

The Course presents the key aspects of the international protection of refugees. It is based on the analysis of International Refugee Law and its complementarity with other bodies of law in guaranteeing that the rights of forcibly displaced persons are respected and ensured. The different displacement phases are examined, by outlining the causes that force people to flee, the protection risks encountered throughout the displacement cycle, and the search and implementation of durable and sustainable solutions. A cross-cutting approach is adopted in analyzing refugee-related issues, such as sexual and gender-based violence, and the protection of stateless and internally displaced persons.

The Course presents the key aspects of the international protection of refugees. It is based on the analysis of International Refugee Law and its complementarity with other bodies of law in guaranteeing that the rights of forcibly displaced persons are respected and ensured. The different displacement phases are examined, by outlining the causes that force people to flee, the protection risks encountered throughout the displacement cycle, and the search and implementation of durable and sustainable solutions. A cross-cutting approach is adopted in analyzing refugee-related issues, such as sexual and gender-based violence, and the protection of stateless and internally displaced persons.