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Sixteen especially selected participants discussed the various forms of legal regime for forced migrants that could be created over the next 20 years. Areas addressed included the 1951 Geneva Convention; the effects of globalisation; lessons from current practice; the relationship between humanitarian and refugee law; and the role of development and intervention in addressing the causes of movement and flight. The workshop was coordinated by Dr Matthew Gibney and was sponsored by the Ford Foundation.