Addressing internal displacement and refugee concerns are challenging processes. While IDPs'' main interests is to see a complete end to displacement, the means to achieve theses is often at the discretion of state authorities whose motivations may not easily be determined. While State authorities should bear the primary protection responsibility including ending the conflict, the conflict in Northern Uganda dragged on far too long. Resolving this conflict in part has been through TJ mechanisms however, not much rerearch have attempted to address the concerns of displacement and sustainable peace within the TJ Development nexus. This book which is based on research on the Northern Uganda Conflict argues that sustainable peace is not only contributed to by linking the fields of TJ and development but also by linking TJ mechanisms to each other in a meaningful and context- sensitive way. The three Durable Solution options for IDPs linked to appropriate TJ mechanism has proven successful in addressing the concerns for IDPs in Northern Uganda in comparison to direct military confrontations.