Hannah Sender is a Projects Manager at the Institute for Global Prosperity and a PhD student at the Development Planning Unit, both at UCL. Her work focuses on how young people are affected by growing up in places that have been shaped by displacement, including those who have no personal experience of forced migration. Having studied for a BA and MA in English Literature, she made the switch to urban planning after working with artists in Phnom Penh, whose work on the city shone a light on social injustices around urban development [see http://sasabassac.com/]. She completed an MSc in Urban Development Planning at the Development Planning Unit. Since 2015, she has worked at the Institute for Global Prosperity, working with young people in London and in Bar Elias, Lebanon. She has focused her PhD on her work with young people living in Bar Elias.