IHSA

The International Humanitarian Studies Association is a network engaged with the study of humanitarian crises caused by natural disaster, conflict or political instability.

Below you can find a list of all selected posts from the IHSA weekly blog post selection. We choose from over 60 blog pages in the humanitarian sector each week and select those that we think stand out that week. You can search this database on the left side by theme and region. This selection is managed and curated by Susanne Jaspars, Marloes Viet, and Nicolás Caso.

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Date Post Title Blog
November, 2020 Dossier "Humanitarismo en Latinoamérica: Pasado y Presente" Revista Internacional de Cooperación y Desarrollo
November, 2020 El huracán Iota: ¿una tragedia anunciada? democracia Abierta
November, 2020 What are we seeing so far on Emergent Agency in Covid? Top insights, plus next steps Oxfam Blogs - From Poverty to Power
November, 2020 WFP Logistics – Delivering on the promise (WFP Nobel Series, 6) Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
November, 2020 Why the Black Lives Matter movement should have us rethinking humanitarian aid devex
November, 2020 The asylum procedure as a hope-generating machine ISS Blog - blISS
November, 2020 Tigray conflict sets off new wave of refugees in a region still grappling with earlier crises The Conversation
November, 2020 Tigray: How Ethiopia reached this crisis point and how it could get out African Arguments
November, 2020 Who Benefits from the Destruction of Ethiopia? World Peace Foundation
November, 2020 Migración Colombia marginó a los extranjeros durante la cuarentena Pacifista
November, 2020 Gina Reales: “En el Chocó, la Covid-19 es una crisis humanitaria” democracia Abierta
November, 2020 How Duterte’s new Anti-Terrorism Act is terrorizing Filipino citizens, not helping them survive the COVID-19 pandemic ISS Blog - blISS
November, 2020 The Great Lockdown hits the Third World hard Le Monde diplomatique
November, 2020 How global is the RSQ? A reflection on author affiliation and knowledge production in the global forced migration academic discourse Refugee Law Initiative
November, 2020 An Uplifting Account of Civil Society Responses to Covid Oxfam Blog - From Poverty to Power
November, 2020 The future of aid The New Humanitarian
November, 2020 How can countries continue to combat malaria during a pandemic? African Arguments
November, 2020 The way we use data is a life or death matter – from the refugee crisis to COVID-19 The Conversation
November, 2020 Partnerships in humanitarian action CDA Collaborative Learning
November, 2020 On the 10th Anniversary of Haiti’s Cholera Outbreak, What Has the UN Learned? Pass Blue
November, 2020 Coronavirus and mobility: Observations from Northeast Africa Oxford COMPAS
November, 2020 Catalogue of failures behind growing humanitarian crisis in northern Mozambique The Conversation
November, 2020 Italian NGO pulls out of Somalia due to ‘systematic fraud’ The New Humanitarian
November, 2020 Speculation and Accountability? Debt, oil and gas and the political marketplace in Somalia LSE Conflict Research Programme Blog
November, 2020 Counter-intuitive conflict lessons from Somalia Institute of Development Studies
November, 2020 How pandemic regulations are being used to target the political opposition in Zimbabwe ISS Blog - blISS
November, 2020 Refugee Situation Worsens with the Pandemic: Are we doing enough? Refugee Law Initiative
November, 2020 The death (and life) of the international NGO Gawain
November, 2020 Women, Peace and Security and humanitarianism – 3 ideas for a return to radical action Overseas Development Institute
November, 2020 The Home Office’s ‘migrant camps’ put asylum-seekers at risk Left foot forward
November, 2020 Tales of a city: a walk in Beirut’s ground zero Humanitarian Practice Network
November, 2020 Education is both the victim and the best weapon in Central Sahel conflict The Conversation
November, 2020 How COVID-19 has amplified woes of Bihar's maize farmers Money Control
November, 2020 Shadow pandemic within the garb of Covid19 in Rohingya camps Observer Research Foundation
November, 2020 To finance resilience in small states, governments and development partners must take some risks devex
November, 2020 Crises have changed. Can the aid industry? The New Humanitarian
November, 2020 Recent trends in Humanitarian thinking IHSA Blog
October, 2020 Malawi is the only place where democracy has improved under Covid. 80 countries have got worse. Oxfam Blog - From Poverty to Power
October, 2020 Sierra Leone locked down early to contain COVID, but at a high price LSE Blogs
October, 2020 How Africa fought the pandemic — and what coronavirus has taught the world Financial Times
October, 2020 Challenges for humanitarian aid in the Covid19 age Observer Research Foundation
October, 2020 When refugees become migrants: State ‘cherry-picking’ for refugee protection Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2020 The Humanitarian Antaeus: Overcoming the Power Asymmetry between Humanitarians and Armed Groups in Frontline Negotiations Norwegia Centre for Humanitarian Studies
October, 2020 Value for Money for whom? Insights into the recipients’ perspective ALNAP
October, 2020 Skills for the future humanitarian practitioner: a conversation with Dr Hugo Slim Centre for Humanitarian Leadership
October, 2020 The obstacles to Sudan’s landmark peace deal* African Arguments
October, 2020 The U.S. Asylum Cooperation Agreements: A human rights conundrum Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2020 The World Needs a New Refugee Convention Foreign Policy
October, 2020 Greece must reform its failed asylum policies now The New Humanitarian
October, 2020 The future of food must include a commitment to human rights devex
October, 2020 Yemen needs a rescue package — before it's too late devex
October, 2020 South Africa’s COVID-19 hunger relief efforts are working: why they must continue The Conversation
October, 2020 COVID-19 in Uganda – reflections on its early response The Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute
October, 2020 Fragility: time for a rethink Overseas Development Institute
October, 2020 International Day of Rural Women 2020: Building resilience and gender equity in the face of COVID-19 IFPRI
October, 2020 COVID-19: how lockdowns affected health access in African and Asian slums The Conversation
October, 2020 How will the covid-19 crisis affect children in cocoa-growing communities Cocoa initiative
October, 2020 The aid expectations gap: political analysis and how to deal with it personally Robert Kluijver Blog
October, 2020 The U.S. Asylum Cooperation Agreements: A human rights conundrum Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2020 The World Needs a New Refugee Convention Foreign Policy
October, 2020 Greece must reform its failed asylum policies now The New Humanitarian
October, 2020 The future of food must include a commitment to human rights devex
October, 2020 Yemen needs a rescue package — before it's too late devex
October, 2020 South Africa’s COVID-19 hunger relief efforts are working: why they must continue The Conversation
October, 2020 COVID-19 in Uganda – reflections on its early response The Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute
October, 2020 Fragility: time for a rethink Overseas Development Institute
October, 2020 Rural Women International Day of Rural Women 2020: Building resilience and gender equity in the face of COVID-19 IFPRI
October, 2020 The obstacles to Sudan’s landmark peace deal African Arguments
October, 2020 Observing COVID-19 in Africa through a Public Authorities Lens Oxfam Blogs - From Poverty to Power
October, 2020 The role of faith and traditional practices in managing COVID-19: Lessons from Northern Kenya and Southern Ethiopia PASTRES
October, 2020 I Lived Through Collapse. America Is Already There. GEN
October, 2020 Aggregated intensity: classifying coalitions of non-State armed groups ICRC Blog Humanitarian Law & Policy
October, 2020 Why transactional sex is difficult to stop in the aid sector The New Humanitarian
October, 2020 As Bangladesh hosts over a million Rohingya refugees, a scholar explains what motivated the country to open up its borders The Conversation
October, 2020 It’s time for a migrant rights movement Open Democracy
October, 2020 “They did nothing”: UN peacekeeping missions’ forgotten local staff African Arguments
October, 2020 A Nobel for the WFP: A non-political Peace Prize for humanitarian multilateralism?* PRIO Blogs
October, 2020 Nobel peace prize: hunger is a weapon of war but the World Food Programme can’t build peace on its own The Conversation
October, 2020 No peacemakers for the new/old Caucasian war Brookings
October, 2020 TikTok and the War on Data: Great Power Rivalry and Digital Body Counts Global Policy Journal
October, 2020 There’s a better way forward than sending Afghans home to conflict The New Humanitarian
October, 2020 Aid Red Lines and Grey Zones: Ethical dilemmas in humanitarian negotiations and the need for a research agenda NCHS
October, 2020 Leadership of UN Missions: Halting Progress on the Road to Gender Parity Pass Blue
October, 2020 Lake Chad The key to peace in the Lake Chad area is water, not military action The Conversation
October, 2020 What’s killing us in international NGOs? Open Democracy
October, 2020 Human mobility and COVID-19: the EU Migration Pact is a first step, but does not go far enough LSE Blogs
October, 2020 New EU Asylum Rules: Even the Bare Minimum Will Require Radical Politics GPPi
October, 2020 Disingenuous, dishonest and dangerous: the EU Pact on Migration and Asylum Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2020 New Pact on Migration: An exacerbation of past failures in shiny new packaging Refugee Rights Europe
October, 2020 Europe’s New Pact on Migration and Asylum: More deadly border politics In historical thunder and lightning
September, 2020 Día Internacional de la Paz: ¿algo que celebrar? El diario.es
September, 2020 El coronavirus y las medidas de seguridad para la migración en América del Sur: el caso venezolano Open Democracy
September, 2020 The Truth Behind Seven Myths About Asylum Seekers Huffpost
September, 2020 Towards a Non-Extractive and Care-Driven Academia EADI Blog
September, 2020 Recognition beyond RSD: Civil and legal documentation for Syrian refugees in Jordan Refugee Law Initiative
September, 2020 Cash transfers can help refugees, but they also carry risks. Insights from Kenya https://theconversation.com/cash-transfers-can-help-refugees-but-they-also-carry-risks-insights-from-kenya-145470
September, 2020 Impact of COVID-19 in Africa: a scenario analysis to 2030 Broker
September, 2020 What happened to the ‘Asian century’? COVID-19 in Australia and New Zealand COMPAS Oxford
September, 2020 Tech and Trust Challenges: Emerging Trends in Somaliland Diaspora Response to Covid-19 Rift Valley Institute
September, 2020 4 steps for surviving COVID-19 as an NGO ALNAP
September, 2020 Making UNGA matter in the age of pandemic devex
September, 2020 From COVID-19 to climate change: What we’re watching at the UNGA The New Humanitarian
September, 2020 Why the UN’s 75th general assembly could be worse than the world’s worst Zoom meeting The Guardian
September, 2020 Crímenes de lesa humanidad en Venezuela: Informe de la ONU insta a la rendición de cuentas Democracia Abierta
September, 2020 La pesadilla de volver a Venezuela en medio de la pandemia Democracia Abierta
September, 2020 COVID-19 and spatial inequality: “address discrimination” and biases worsen segregation for Mumbai’s slum residents The Polis Project
September, 2020 UN: political missions are gradually replacing peacekeeping – why that’s dangerous The Conversation
September, 2020 Why the Syria crisis shows us the Triple Nexus is a myth ALNAP
September, 2020 Why Uganda has suspended hundreds of refugee aid agencies* The New Humanitarian
September, 2020 The Lessons of History? Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute
September, 2020 Hiding Behind Disaster: How International Aid Risks Helping Elites, Not Citizens The Lebanese Center for Policy Studies
September, 2020 Don’t blame refugees for the Moria fires, blame EU policy The New Humanitarian
September, 2020 Moria’s male refugees need help just as much as anyone else ISS Blog - blISS
September, 2020 Violence alone cannot explain Yemen and Syria plights LSE Conflict Research Programme
September, 2020 Prioritising ‘well-being’ amongst refugees living in fragile settings through the framework of culture and inclusion ISS Blog - blISS
September, 2020 Following the Odisha example for developing community based disaster management in India Observer Research Foundation
September, 2020 Lebanon, where humanitarian vultures descended MadaMasr
September, 2020 The Myth of Unconditionality in Development Aid Review of African Political Economy
September, 2020 Cameroon’s curious plan to rebuild from the war, while it still rages on African Arguments
September, 2020 Refugee protection at risk United Against Inhumanity
September, 2020 Gaps in India’s Treatment of Refugees and Vulnerable Internal Migrants Are Exposed by the Pandemic Migration Information Source
September, 2020 We need new ideas and practices Indian Development Review
September, 2020 Monitoring and learning during Covid-19: beyond remote data collection Overseas Development Institute
September, 2020 Tanzania’s Layered Covid Denialism Reinventing Peace
September, 2020 Mali’s transition: High expectations and little time spire
September, 2020 Fresh Attacks on NGOs and the Fear of COVID on Lesvos Displaced
September, 2020 Government rhetoric on migrants is a smoke screen for a deeper agenda Open Democracy
September, 2020 What’s triggered new conflict between farmers and herders in Nigeria The Conversation
September, 2020 We need a new way to think about aid Blavatnik School of Government community
September, 2020 You call It philanthropy, we call it ‘Devlopman Tèt Ansanm’ Alliance
September, 2020 Uganda’s Covid-19 Supplementary Budget: Pandemic Response or Cash Bonanza? CMI Blog
September, 2020 State-building and COVID-19 in Somalia: Impact on Government Revenues LSE Conflict Research Programme
September, 2020 “This is not the life I wanted”: Child brides rise among Cameroon refugees African Arguments
September, 2020 COVID-19 and violence against children Devpolicy blog
September, 2020 African women are leading the fight against COVID-19 devex
September, 2020 Rethinking vulnerability in the era of COVID-19 Centre for Humanitarian Leadership
September, 2020 International aid can help Lebanon rid itself of its ruling junta The New Humanitarian
September, 2020 India is in Denial about the COVID-19 Crisis Scientific American
September, 2020 The dramatic effects of covid-19 on everyday life in Gadarif CMI Blog
September, 2020 Authorities in Tunisia Face Challenges of Post-COVID Economic Recovery Arab reform initiative
September, 2020 Lessons from the HIV epidemic can teach us resilience in the face of COVID-19 devex
September, 2020 How COVID-19 is tragically exposing systemic vulnerabilities in Peru ISS Blog - blISS
September, 2020 Rethinking vulnerability in the era of COVID-19 Centre for Humanitarian Leadership
September, 2020 L’humanitaire peut-il être illégal ? Le principe de fraternité et les noyés de la Grande Bleue IRIS
September, 2020 عالقون بين كوفيد وأوروبا العدائية -المهاجرون واللاجئون السودانيّون في بلجيكا African Arguments
September, 2020 I’ve been watching desperate people seek protection in Europe for 20 years – it’s time the narrative, and The Conversation
September, 2020 Greece has a deadly new migration policy – and all of Europe is to blame The Guardian
September, 2020 On the impact of Covid-19 on displaced individuals across Europe Refugee Rights Europe
September, 2020 Why so many Sudanese are prepared to risk their lives to reach the UK Overseas Development Institute
August, 2020 Cuando el ‘big data’ sale a perseguir a la trata de personas Pacifista
August, 2020 Collateral damage’ of UN Peacekeeping Missions: stories from Darfur aspiration&revolution - Tanja Mullers Blog
August, 2020 Independent accountability is crucial for ending sexual harassment in the aid sector Devex
August, 2020 Lebanon, forever colonised? The New Humanitarian
August, 2020 Unprotected on both sides of the border: Nicaraguans during the pandemic Refugee Law Initiative
August, 2020 Don’t come close: The plight of street children during COVID-19’s ‘forced immobility’ Oxford Compas
August, 2020 COVID 19: an imminent threat to the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh Global South Magazine
August, 2020 Fighting racism and decolonizing humanitarian studies: toward mindful scholarship* ISS Blog - Bliss
August, 2020 Three ways to maintain Lebanon’s ‘fragile peace’ and rebuild Beirut Overseas Development Institute
August, 2020 Don’t come close: The plight of street children during COVID-19’s ‘forced immobility’ Oxford COMPAS
August, 2020 La crisis del coronavirus causa retrocesos en la lucha contra enfermedades en América Latina Democracia Abierta
August, 2020 Would relaxing trade restrictions lead to universal reductions in food insecurity? LSE Blog
August, 2020 How refugees resolve disputes: insights from a Ugandan settlement How refugees resolve disputes: insights from a Ugandan settlement
August, 2020 Covid-19: Increased responsiveness helps South Korea legitimize authoritarian pandemic response measures ISS Blog - Bliss
August, 2020 Armenian ‘Putinka’ and beyond: Are there any alternatives for returned labour migrants in their homeland? Oxford Compas
August, 2020 In Zimbabwe, no one can breathe African Arguments
August, 2020 Viral politics and economics in Zimbabwe Zimbabweland
August, 2020 The Politics of Humanitarian Aid to Myanmar PK Forum
August, 2020 The Humanitarian Global Colour Line ALNAP
July, 2020 Temporary refuge, stopover or new one? Meeting Yemeni migrants in Puntland Rift Valley Institute
July, 2020 COVID-19: an existential threat for indigenous peoples of the Amazon* DRR Voices Blog
July, 2020 ‘Learning’ to be self-reliant: What does COVID-19 mean for the refugee community in Hong Kong? Oxford Compas
July, 2020 As aid money dries up, Yemenis are at ‘the end of the line The New Humanitarian
July, 2020 Vaccine trials start and end with the community Devex
July, 2020 Une aide humanitaire à géopolitique variable : les enjeux d’accès dans les zones non contrôlées par l’État Institut IRIS
July, 2020 Detention, risk and Covid-19 The Detention Forum
July, 2020 Uganda’s Covid-19 Supplementary Budget: Pandemic Response or Cash Bonanza? CMI Blog
July, 2020 Liberation starts at home CDA
July, 2020 What does COVID tell us about responding to the Climate Crisis? Oxfam Blogs
July, 2020 Malawi: Navigating between natural disasters, economic vulnerability, and donor dependency Global South Magazine
July, 2020 Getting aid to people with disabilities in times of crisis Devex
July, 2020 On the arrival of prospective UK asylum seekers by boat, and the need for humane policy change Refugee Right Europe
July, 2020 ¿Qué suerte corren los migrantes venezolanos varados en el Perú? Open Democracy
July, 2020 “Quédate en casa o te matamos”, el ‘decreto’ de grupos armados por el Covid-19 Pacifista
July, 2020 Seeds of resistance: Palestinian farmers fight against annexation and pandemic ISS BLOG - BLISS
July, 2020 How India’s agrifood supply chains fared during the COVID-19 lockdown, from farm to fork IFPRI
July, 2020 The impact of COVID-19 in prisons University of Copenhagen
July, 2020 Why international players have a duty to help the search for peace in Cameroon The Conversation
July, 2020 Turning government failure into success: how Korea learned from MERS to succeed on Covid-19 Devpolicy Blog
July, 2020 The vulnerabilities of Somali communities with COVID-19 in Europe Daily Sabah
July, 2020 Youth, livelihoods and Covid-19 in South Sudan Rift Valley Institute
July, 2020 Race, equity, and neo-colonial legacies: identifying paths forward for principled humanitarian action ICRC
July, 2020 Digital ID and Management Information Systems for Humanitarian and Social Protection Response Global Policy Journal
July, 2020 From Covid-19 to Locusts: The Horn of Africa’s Looming Food Crisis* ISPI
July, 2020 Time to say goodbye to “natural” disasters DRR Voices Blog
July, 2020 Covid-19 and increased Daesh attacks threaten the survival of Iraq’s religious minorities Institute of Development Studies Blog
July, 2020 Disaster response: why democracy matters EADI
July, 2020 Black Lives Matter is also a reckoning for foreign aid and international NGOs Open Democracy
July, 2020 COVID-19 changed the world. Can it change aid, too? The New Humanitarian
July, 2020 COVID-19 in the Horn of Africa: How can aid help mobile populations cope with restrictions on movement? Rift Valley Institute
July, 2020 Covid-19 in South Sudan: Young people share their experiences of the pandemic Rift Valley Institute
July, 2020 The language of humanitarian action Centre for Humanitarian Leadership
July, 2020 Humanitarian Search and Rescue in the Aegean Sea: Stuck Between Two Crises Compas Oxford
July, 2020 Food banks, food poverty and coping during COVID-19: a view from the Somali diaspora in Bristol LSE Blogs
July, 2020 Will COVID-19 halt asylum in the United States for good? The New Humanitarian
July, 2020 Trapped by Covid and a Hostile Europe: Sudanese Migrants and Refugees in Belgium African Arguments
July, 2020 Should low-income countries decentralize their COVID-19 responses? IFPRI
July, 2020 Deprived of freedom: how detainees in conflict zones could benefit from a ‘triple nexus’ approach ICRC
July, 2020 Covid-19 calls for disrupting the way we communicate in a crisis* devex
July, 2020 Médecins Sans Frontières is 'institutionally racist', say 1,000 insiders The Guardian
July, 2020 Covid-19 in Nigeria: A gendered perspective SOAS Blog
July, 2020 Estas 13 entidades dijeron que ayudarían a contrarrestar la pandemia en América Latina, ¿lo han hecho? Democracia Abierta
July, 2020 Opinion: We must translate anti-racism statements into action devex
July, 2020 How COVID-19 exacerbates inequalities in academia ISS Blog - blISS
July, 2020 “South Africa belongs to all who live in it”, COVID-19 showed it does not Open Democracy
July, 2020 Pandemic statelessness in Mesoamerica Compas Oxford
July, 2020 Disasters meet political unrest, displacing millions in East Africa Internal Displacement Monitoring Center
July, 2020 Establishing humanitarian lanes during COVID-19 East Asia Forum
July, 2020 https://theconversation.com/coronavirus-un-security-council-finally-calls-for-global-ceasefire-after-us-and-china-delay-talks-141858 Institute of Development Studies Blog
July, 2020 Coronavirus: UN security council finally calls for global ceasefire after US and China delay talks The Conversation
July, 2020 Localised food networks give hope in Brazil’s Covid-19 crisis Institute of Development Studies Blog
July, 2020 Coronavirus: UN security council finally calls for global ceasefire after US and China delay talks The Conversation
July, 2020 Establishing humanitarian lanes during COVID-19 East Asia Forum
July, 2020 Palliative care, COVID-19 and humanitarian action: it’s time to talk ICRC
July, 2020 The end of asylum? Against Inhumanity
July, 2020 Why resuming evictions of refugees during the covid-19 crisis is a major problem Refugee Rights Europe
July, 2020 Inclusion of persons with disabilities in Covid-19 response and recovery: seven steps to implementing the IASC Guidelines Humanitarian Practice Network
July, 2020 UN in West and Central Africa worry about migrants as traffickers abandon victims in desert Voice for African Migrants
July, 2020 The West’s humanitarian reckoning The New Humanitarian
July, 2020 ‘Every action counts’: why the humanitarian sector needs to fast-track inclusion Overseas Development Institute
July, 2020 Do black lives matter for UK aid? LSE Conflict Research Programme
July, 2020 We know more about fraud and abuse in aid. It’s time to stop it. The New Humanitarian
July, 2020 In Solidarity with Black Lives Matter, the Development Sector Must Reform Global Policy Journal
July, 2020 Research by the developed on the developing – View from the “researched” The Sociological Review
July, 2020 DFID and FCO merger, expert views: humanitarian issues must be prioritised Overseas Development Institute
July, 2020 How civil society is fighting back against coronavirus crackdowns Open Democracy
July, 2020 How the arms industry drives Fortress Europe’s expansion Crisis Magazine
July, 2020 COVID-19 may not have reached Syrian communities in the Middle East, but its domino effects have Compas Oxford
July, 2020 A ‘natural disaster’ on top of a pandemic – preparedness in the face of cascading uncertainties Institute of Development Studies Blog
July, 2020 America Surrendered to Coronavirus — the Result is a Tidal Wave of Death Medium
July, 2020 Risks of Improvidence: COVID-19 Exemplifies the Problems in International Governance of Disaster Risk LSE Blog
July, 2020 The Pandemic’s Worst-Case Scenario Is Unfolding in Brazil Bloomberg
July, 2020 5 Benefits to Local Action on Climate Resilience World Resources Institute Blog
June, 2020 من-على-البعد-دروس-مفيدة-من-تجارب-العون African Arguments
June, 2020 La urgencia de un plan de alimentación para la pospandemia en América Latina The Conversation
June, 2020 Call by global leaders: work together now to stop cyberattacks on the healthcare sector ICRC
June, 2020 De la pandemia a la crisis de alimentos en Perú Ojo Publico
June, 2020 'We're excluded from the table': Somali UN staff say they struggle in 'two-tier' aid sector 'We're excluded from the table': Somali UN staff say they struggle in 'two-tier' aid sector
June, 2020 COVID-19 Rumours as Transcripts of Resistance in South Sudan LSE Conflict Research Programme
June, 2020 Mediating between the state and its poor and marginalised during Covid-19 Institute of Development Studies Blog
June, 2020 At the US-Mexico border, asylum chaos and coronavirus fear The New Humanitarian
June, 2020 The UK’s Covid-19 response can become a defining moment for changing our approach to refugees Overseas Development Initiatives
June, 2020 A look at global changes in refugee policies through the lens of Dadaab The Conversation
June, 2020 In times of crisis, diaspora groups know what to do OpenDemocracy
June, 2020 The great amplifier: COVID-19, migration and inequality Mideq
June, 2020 20 de junio de 2020: Día Mundial del Refugiado Instituto de estudios y acción humanitaria
June, 2020 Paying for migrants to go back home: how the EU's Voluntary Return scheme is failing the desperate Euronews
June, 2020 The View from Greece: At Europe’s External Borders, Deterrence is the Norm Once Again Novamigra
June, 2020 Why refugees are an asset in the fight against coronavirus The Conversation
June, 2020 How Will the COVID-19 Pandemic Reshape Refugee and Migration Governance? PRIO Blogs
June, 2020 ‘I will not return unless the regime of Assad falls’ ISS Blog - Bliss
June, 2020 DfID merger with Foreign Office signals shift from using aid to reduce poverty to promoting British national self interest The Conversation
June, 2020 #ByRefugees: Strengthening refugee-led humanitarian response during the COVID-19 pandemic Refugee Studies Centre
June, 2020 #Humanitarian4Her: World Refugee Day Humanitarian Practice Network
June, 2020 Fifty Days of Lockdown in India: A View from Two Villages in Tamil Nadu Economic & Political Weekly
June, 2020 Navigating Converging Shocks from a Pandemic and a Cyclone: Lessons from the Pacific World Resources Institute Blog
June, 2020 Putting COVID-19 into context(s) ISS Blog - Bliss
June, 2020 International aid in the Covid era: the need for transparency Humanitarian Practice Network
June, 2020 Difficult Conversations: Why International Practitioners Must Do More to Address Racism at Home CDA Collaborative Learning
June, 2020 Multiplying crises: The coronavirus in Sudan ECFR
June, 2020 Why working together on global migration is vital to pandemic recovery The New Humanitarian
June, 2020 Covid-19 and food systems: relational geographies, food insecurity and relocalisation Geography Directions
June, 2020 Gender and ICTs in fragile refugee settings: from local coordination to vital protection and support during the Covid-19 pandemic Centre for Frugal Innovation in Africa
June, 2020 In a critical moment for Yemen, donor fatigue can have disastrous consequences Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
June, 2020 In Yemen, a deadly concoction of arms sales, conflict and Covid-19 The Interpreter
June, 2020 Logística humanitaria: retos y oportunidades en tiempos de la COVID-19 Instituto de estudios y acción humanitaria
June, 2020 Corruption limits access to safe water and the effectiveness of the Covid-19 response in developing countries: The case of Uganda CMI Blog
June, 2020 The aid sector must do more to tackle its white supremacy problem The Guardian
June, 2020 Réflexions impertinentes sur le financement public de l’aide internationale au développement Iris
June, 2020 Tracking funding to the Covid-19 response: Improving multilateral targeting Development Initiatives
June, 2020 Five ways Covid-19 could affect rural Africa – and what to do about it Overseas Development Institute
June, 2020 Covid-19’s impact on social divides – a spotlight on Africa Institute of Development Studies Blog
June, 2020 Perpetuating data colonialism through digital humanitarian technologies ISS Blog - Bliss
June, 2020 Doing good and being racist The New Humanitarian
June, 2020 'We're excluded from the table': Somali UN staff say they struggle in 'two-tier' aid sector The Guardian
June, 2020 Midyear update: Outsourcing risk to local responders The New Humanitarian
June, 2020 We need to talk about racism in the aid sector Open Democracy
June, 2020 Let’s Decolonize the Coronavirus African Review of Political Economy
June, 2020 Q&A: Degan Ali on the systemic racism impacting humanitarian responses Devex
June, 2020 International development has a race problem Devex
June, 2020 Caught Between Coronavirus and Islamophobia Rohingya Refugees in India have nowhere to turn Refugee Law Initiative
June, 2020 Epidemics and Social Observation: Why Africa Needs a Different Approach to Covid-19 African Arguments
June, 2020 Some Lessons from the History of Epidemics in Africa African Arguments
June, 2020 Aid workers: It’s time to practise what you preach The New Humanitarian
June, 2020 Is racism part of our reluctance to localise humanitarian action? Humanitarian Practice Network
June, 2020 Child Repatriation in the Time of COVID-19 Refugee Studies Centre
June, 2020 Venezuelan migrants face crime, conflict and coronavirus at Colombia’s closed border The Conversation
June, 2020 Seeking protection in Australia: challenges for asylum seekers during the COVID-19 crisis Refugee Law Initiative
June, 2020 Venezuelan migrants face crime, conflict and coronavirus at Colombia’s closed borde The Conversation
June, 2020 The Curious Case of Covid-19 in Africa Interpress Service
June, 2020 Resilience: An antidote to coronavirus in Rohingya refugee camps Act for Refugees
June, 2020 Re-Imagining Aid: Applying a Fresh Covid Tinted Lens to a Tired Critique Medium
June, 2020 How can Covid-19 be the catalyst to decolonise development research? Oxfam - From poverty to power
June, 2020 Kenya and Covid: Pandemic Response Risks Excluding Minority Groups Reinventing Peace - World Peace Foundation
June, 2020 Movilidad en la inmovilidad: migrantes atrapados bajo la Covid-19 en América Latina Democracia Abierta
June, 2020 How Covid-19 can change incentives for development cooperation Development Initiatives
June, 2020 Why COVID-19 offers a chance to transform UN peacekeeping The Conversation
June, 2020 Covid-19 and quarantine in Peru – what does this mean for people with disabilities? Institute of Development Studies Blog
June, 2020 Libya: the forgotten ones The Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute
June, 2020 Could COVID-19 herald the renewal of international cooperation? LSE - IR Blog
June, 2020 Syrian refugees in Jordan: How a focus on human rights can help secure economic livelihoods Refugee Law Initiative
June, 2020 To Raise the Voices for Peace, the UN Security Council’s Permanent Five Must Also Submit Themselves to a Global Ceasefire Jadaliya
June, 2020 South Asia Confronts a Double Disaster: Cyclone and COVID-19 World Resources Institute
June, 2020 Human Security and COVID-19 Human Security Collective
June, 2020 Peace in Afghanistan? Watch the militias The New Humanitarian
June, 2020 All eyes are on local humanitarian responders during Covid-19 – now they need support Overseas Development Institute
June, 2020 Seis claves sobre la ONU ante su 75 aniversario The Conversation
May, 2020 War and Covid-19: need for a new normal that rejects inhumanity? Against Inhumanity
May, 2020 Big data, privacy and COVID-19 – learning from humanitarian expertise in data protection Journal of International Humanitarian Action
May, 2020 Which Countries Are Most Vulnerable to Locust Swarms? World Resources Institute
May, 2020 ¿Subsistir o morir? La encrucijada del pueblo Wayúu ante la pandemia Pacifista
May, 2020 Remote research in times of COVID-19: considerations, techniques, and risks ISS Blog - Bliss
May, 2020 Carrying out qualitative research under lockdown – Practical and ethical considerations LSE - Impact Blog
May, 2020 Pandemics are social phenomena, demanding breadth of expertise Wonkhe
May, 2020 Is Indonesia turning into Barbarism in the post-pandemic era Global Policy Journal
May, 2020 Refugees in Egypt: ‘Hunger at home, coronavirus on the streets’ Mada
May, 2020 One Year On: Sudan’s Fragile Humanitarian Situation ISPI
May, 2020 Development Research Ethics in the time of COVID-19 Humanitarian Academy for Development
May, 2020 Coronavirus lockdowns force the world’s poorest into deadly trade-offs between their health and livelihoods The Conversation
May, 2020 When saving fewer lives is the right thing to do The New Humanitarian
May, 2020 Reflections on Islamic edicts and authority in the COVID-19 response in Somalia LSE Blogs - Conflict Research Programme
May, 2020 Survey suggests rising risk of food and nutrition insecurity in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, as COVID-19 restrictions continue IFPRI Blog
May, 2020 COVID-19 and the phantasy of global development Aspiration & revolution
May, 2020 Palestinian refugee camps spark renewed community action in response to Covid-19 Reinventing Peace - World Peace Foundation
May, 2020 How Modi turned Covid-19 into a cash machine The Critic
May, 2020 The Colombian Peace Process Effort and COVID-19 PRIO Blogs
May, 2020 Rebuilding from disaster: it doesn’t end when housing aid projects finish The Conversation
May, 2020 The duty to rescue refugees and migrants at sea Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
May, 2020 Roots of Food Crisis in Pakistan Pakistan Left Review
May, 2020 Migration: how Europe is using coronavirus to reinforce its hostile environment in the Mediterranean The Conversation
May, 2020 Covid-19: El efecto búmeran de la “diplomacia de mascarillas” de China The Conversation
May, 2020 Urban India didn't care about migrant workers till 26 March, only cares now because it's lost their services Firstpost
May, 2020 Observatoire Covid-19 Groupe URD
May, 2020 Covid-19 Observatory URD Group
May, 2020 Local networks can help people in distress: South Africa’s COVID-19 response needs them The Conversation
May, 2020 Why has Peru been so badly hit by COVID-19? Devpolicy Blog
May, 2020 What West Africa’s resilience can teach the world about COVID-19 The New Humanitarian
May, 2020 “Stay safe” conversations that illuminate the glass walls between her and me ISS Blog - Bliss
May, 2020 Framing Covid-19 in Nepal SOAS Blog
May, 2020 Framing Covid-19 in Nepal SOAS Blog
May, 2020 From heroes to pariahs? Senegalese return migrants in the time of COVID-19 Compas Oxford
May, 2020 El principal vector de la Covid-19 en la Amazonía rural es el Estado peruano Ojo Público
May, 2020 Puede la tecnología convertirse en una herramienta de opresión y vigilancia? Democracia Abierta
May, 2020 Afghanistan’s Corona Threat Contagion Knows No Borders Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
May, 2020 Why No Coronavirus Diplomacy? UCL Blog
May, 2020 The coronavirus response needs local communities and faith leaders devex
May, 2020 Corona Wars: The Cost of Calling Disasters ‘Wars’ UCL IRDR Blog
May, 2020 In times of crisis, diaspora groups know what to do Open Democracy
May, 2020 MSF Crash posts collection MSF Crash
May, 2020 The humanitarian response to COVID-19 in Somalia will increase capital flight and violent conflict* LSE Blog
May, 2020 We wanted to know how coronavirus affects Nairobi’s slum residents. What we found The Conversation
May, 2020 The Challenges in Covid19 Times for Refugee Determination and Accessing Protection Refugee Law Initiative
May, 2020 Reflections on resilience: How do you lockdown a farm full of cumin seeds? Keeping Count
May, 2020 Why refugees are an asset to fight against coronavirus The Conversation
May, 2020 A global humanitarian Marshall plan Thersa
May, 2020 ¿Por qué debemos hablar de riesgo y no solo de vulnerabilidad? El Pais
May, 2020 Healthcare workers are still coming under attack during the coronavirus pandemic The Conversation
May, 2020 Drought, fire and flood: how outer urban areas can manage the emergency while reducing future risks The Conversation
May, 2020 The Popular Mobilisation and COVID-19 Pandemic in Iraq: a new raison d’être? LSE CRP Blog
May, 2020 Surviving the COVID 19 pandemic: the view from a Ugandan surgeon and epidemiologist Oxfam Blogs
May, 2020 Pandemic, Emergencies and Humanitarian Future News Rangers
April, 2020 Imagine Hurricane Katrina during a pandemic. The US needs to prepare for that — now vox
April, 2020 Coronavirus: Why lockdowns may not be the answer in Africa BBC
April, 2020 COVID-19 funding for NGOs: If not now, when? The New Humanitarian
April, 2020 How is Covid-19 affecting Civil Society worldwide? How is it Responding? Oxfam blogs - From poverty to power
April, 2020 Post-pandemic change? Humanitarian action and multilateralism in transnational times Against Inhumanity
April, 2020 The Number of People Affected by Floods Will Double Between 2010 and 2030 World Resources Institute
April, 2020 Time to protect cash Aid essentials
April, 2020 Five years post-Sendai: Where is the Sendai framework for Disaster Risk Reduction in the COVID-19 response? Copenhagen Center for Disaster Research
April, 2020 The COVID-19 Resettlement Freeze: Towards a Permanent Suspension? PRIO Blogs
April, 2020 Borders of an epidemic: The Covid-19 War and Migrant Workers in India SOAS Blog
April, 2020 A pandemic-driven food crisis in Africa can be prevented Al Jazeera
April, 2020 Let´s decolonize coronavirus African Review of Political Economy
April, 2020 El otro virus: riesgos de corrupción en la pandemia Ojo Publico
April, 2020 Ceasefires in the Time of COVID-19 PRIO Blogs
April, 2020 Alimentación y Covid-19: la gente tiene respuestas Pacifista
April, 2020 Covid-19 Is Paralyzing One of West Africa’s Main Resources: Migrants ISPI
April, 2020 Evacuating the Greek Refugee Camps and strengthening Europe from Below Compas - Oxford
April, 2020 Humanitarian Wearables and the Future of Aid in the Global Data Economy Global Policy Journal
April, 2020 Lockdowns’ effects are political. Restrictions on the poor always are. African Arguments
April, 2020 Moral multi-tasking in the COVID-19 response The New Humanitarian
April, 2020 Key Investments Can Build Resilience to Pandemics and Climate Change World Resources Institute
April, 2020 Ceasefires in the Time of COVID-19 PRIO Blogs
April, 2020 Will COVID-19 finally force us to reconsider the Global (Im)mobility Regime? Refugee Law Initiative
April, 2020 Mogadishu in time of covid19 Rift Valley Institute
April, 2020 Going remote: learning from aid practices in Somalia and Sudan for the COVID-19 crisis LSE - Conflict Research Programme
April, 2020 Quedate en casa o te matan, el otro confinamiento que vive el sur del Chocó Pacifista
April, 2020 Grupos vulnerables o vulnerados? Instituto de estudios y acción humanitaria
April, 2020 COVID-19 in Conflict-Torn Mali PRIO Blogs
April, 2020 Rethinking how to respond to COVID-19 in places where humanitarian crises intersect ISS Blog - Bliss
April, 2020 “We are all fragile, but we are not all equally fragile”: Humanitarian operations amidst the COVID-19 pandemic PRIO Blogs
April, 2020 Community spaces in India: constructing solidarity in pandemic times? Open Democracy
April, 2020 How Will Remittances Affect the Somali COVID-19 Response? LSE Blogs - Conflict Research Programme
April, 2020 After the Pandemic: Reimagining the Role of State and Non-State Actors in (Re)building National Health Systems in the Arab World Arab Reform Initiative
April, 2020 Coronavirus as a pretext for detention? On the latest disconcerting developments in Calais Refugee Rights
April, 2020 In Bangladesh, COVID-19 threatens to cause a humanitarian crisis World Economic Forum
April, 2020 The great amplifier: COVID-19, migration and inequality Mideq
April, 2020 Caught Between Coronavirus and Islamophobia Rohingya Refugees in India have nowhere to turn Refugee Law Initiative
April, 2020 Looking at the coronavirus crisis through the nexus lens – what needs to be done Development Initiatives
April, 2020 Learning the lessons from the EU–Turkey deal: Europe’s renewed test Overseas Development Institute
April, 2020 Water concerns, India and COVID-19: the lesser-known battle World Resources Institute
April, 2020 COVID-19 : Ressources bibliographiques Alternatives Humanitaires
April, 2020 Covid-19: five lessons from Ebola Overseas Development Institute
April, 2020 What actions are required to mitigate the impacts of coronavirus on the poorest and most vulnerable people? Development initiatives
April, 2020 How Will the COVID-19 Pandemic Reshape Refugee and Migration Governance? PRIO Blogs
April, 2020 Lessons from the COVID-19 crisis for climate change politics by Murat Arsel ISS Blog - bliss
April, 2020 How is Covid-19 impacting Human Rights? SOAS Blog
April, 2020 COVID-19: Listening will mean life or death to millions Ground Truth Solutions
April, 2020 The pandemic is a portal Financial Times
April, 2020 How Latin America and the Caribbean are dealing with COVID-19 People´s Dispatch
April, 2020 Don’t Count on Disaster Diplomacy as a Path to Peace Foreign Policy
April, 2020 COVID-19: The future of humanitarian action, sooner rather than later? Centre for Humanitarian Leadership
April, 2020 Dealing with COVID-19 in conflict zones needs a different approach Reuters Foundation
April, 2020 COVID-19: “Know your Epidemic, Act on its Politics.” Reinventing Peace - World Peace Foundation
April, 2020 Why debt relief should be the answer to this coronavirus crash The Guardian
April, 2020 Syria’s Growing Economic Woes: Lebanon’s Crisis, the Caesar Act and Now the Coronavirus Arab Reform Initiative
April, 2020 Donor-driven agendas and the need to move beyond a capacity building focus in Myanmar’s research ecosystem ISS Blog - Bliss
April, 2020 Lessons from Brazil for the global response to COVID-19 Institute of Development Studies
April, 2020 La distanciation sociale au Sénégal, un remède au Covid-19 qui a du mal à passer The Conversation
April, 2020 Another top priority in times of crisis: keep democratic life up and running ISS Blog - blISS
April, 2020 How to help migrants make the best decisions at the worst times The New Humanitarian
April, 2020 Solidarity in the times of COVID-19 or: the misnomer of ‘social distancing’ (when the issue is physical contact) Asipiration & revolution
April, 2020 Preventing a Catastrophic COVID Crisis in America PRIO Blogs
April, 2020 Across Africa, COVID-19 heightens tension between faith and science Global voices
April, 2020 Solidarity in the times of COVID-19 or: the misnomer of ‘social distancing’ (when the issue is physical contact) aspiration&revolution - Tanja Mullers Blog