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This special issue makes an original contribution to our understanding of the meaning of home by introducing the idea of the constellation of HOME-Home-home and homemaking practices where these are not necessarily foreseen, in contexts of displacement. In this article, I argue that we need to distinguish between humanitarian-driven understandings of "protracted refugee situations" and peoplecentred experiences of "prolonged conditions of displacement." I show how the papers in the special issuedoi:10.25071/1920-7336.40298 fatcat:vwbrwvc5infi3himx5s6zzw7ju