Blog Directory

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.

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Date Post Title Blog
February, 2024 The world’s moral failure in Gaza should shame us all AlJazeera Opinion
February, 2024 As Israel’s assault on Rafah approaches, Egypt prepares for a flood of Palestinian refugees The Conversation
February, 2024 A Sudanese journalist describes the horrors of a war she cannot cover The New Humanitarian
February, 2024 Ukraine: 42 civilians killed every day in two years of war Welthungerhilfe
February, 2024 Humanitarian Access in the 2023 Earthquake Response in Syria Humanitarian Advisory Group
February, 2024 Redefining visual representations of developing countries by INGOs – part one Bond UK
February, 2024 Aid can no longer be dictated by foreign policy or geopolitics devex
February, 2024 UNRWA fears are a normal trade-off in international aid. Funding must resume now The New Humanitarian
February, 2024 ‘When will we be next?’: A dispatch from Rafah The New Humanitarian
February, 2024 Forgotten Victims: Gaza’s Journalists & UN Workers PRIO Blogs
February, 2024 Donkeys are unsung heroes in Ethiopia’s humanitarian crisis – and they could do even more with better support The Conversation
February, 2024 Pakistan Must Stop Deporting Afghan Refugee Women to a Gender Apartheid State Newsweek Opinion
February, 2024 The first mile of warnings means putting people first PreventionWeb
February, 2024 In test for World Bank, success of new climate fund hinges on serious community engagement Ground Truth Solutions
February, 2024 Event summary: Overcoming inertia – Myanmar, Syria, Somalia and neglected crises ODI
February, 2024 Humanitarian Recruitment: Shifting the Dial Towards Respectful Practices Humanitarian Advisory Group
February, 2024 Looking for a penny’s worth of hope amid the genocide in Gaza AlJazeera Opinions
February, 2024 Humanitarian assistance in Gaza: The difficulties of distribution Bond UK
February, 2024 Israel isn’t complying with the International Court of Justice ruling — what happens next? The Conversation
February, 2024 Gaza update: Netanyahu knocks back Hamas peace plan while the prospect of mass famine looms ever larger The Conversation
February, 2024 Destroying Gaza’s Health Care System Is a War Crime Foreign Policy
February, 2024 Under Gaza’s Shadow, Syria Faces a New Welter of Conflict The New York Times
February, 2024 The Roots of Vulnerability: How Heatwaves Confront us with the Past Humanitarian Advisory Group
February, 2024 Azerbaijan’s attacks on Armenian heritage aim to erase an entire culture The Conversation
February, 2024 The Ambivalent Juridification of Humanitarian Space PRIO Blogs
February, 2024 Assessing hunger in the age of big data: a decade of remote monitoring HPN
February, 2024 Defunding UNRWA is worse than collective punishment AlJazeera Opinions
February, 2024 Funding for refugees has long been politicized − punitive action against UNRWA and Palestinians fits that pattern The Conversation
February, 2024 What Can We Possibly Say to the Children of Gaza? The New York Times Opinion
February, 2024 The World Needs to Stand by UNRWA The New York TImes Opinion
February, 2024 Refugee protection at Europe’s borders: problems and proposals for change RLI
February, 2024 From inertia to empowerment: supporting neglected crises in Myanmar, Syria and Somalia ODI
February, 2024 The youth of today, on international humanitarian law tomorrow… ICRC Blogs
February, 2024 Food Wars: Conflict, Hunger, & Globalization ISS Blogs
February, 2024 Refugee Protection Is Being Eroded PRIO Blogs
February, 2024 Bespoke humanitarian visa schemes like those for Ukraine and Hong Kong can’t replace the asylum system The Conversation
February, 2024 Gaza’s orphans: Pain without borders AlJazeera Opinions
January, 2024 Feminism as Method: How do we do Gender in International Refugee Law? Refugee Law Initiative
January, 2024 ICJ Israel decision: A new world order in the making AlJazeera Opinions
January, 2024 UN’s top court puts Israel on notice over its war in Gaza. Here’s what its judgement could mean The Conversation
January, 2024 When genocide is reduced to a war of emotions: Personal reflections on academic debates and the war in Palestine ISS Blogs
January, 2024 Promoting community-centred preparedness and response to cholera’s global surge SSHAP
January, 2024 Four steps all humanitarian actors must take to turn the tide on Gender-Based Violence Bond UK
January, 2024 The African Union is working on peace in Sudan: expert explains why it’s in everyone’s interests The Conversation
January, 2024 Beyond Livelihoods: A Protracted Displacement Economy Approach Refugee Studies Centre
January, 2024 Gaza war: how South Africa’s genocide case against Israel is shaping up The Conversation
January, 2024 How South Africa rescued humanity (and International Law) at the International Court of Justice CMI
January, 2024 Can the International Court of Justice Stop Starvation in Gaza? World Peace Foundation
January, 2024 Enough with the gloom. It’s time for humanitarians to tell a more realistic story The New Humanitarian
January, 2024 How do you break the mould around international aid? Try genuine trust The New Humanitarian
January, 2024 Mental health and psychosocial support: Seven elements for effective programmes in peacebuilding Bond UK
January, 2024 Humanitarian Aid? Considerations for the Future of AI-use in Humanitarian Action ELRHA
January, 2024 Taking localisation beyond labels and lip service HPN
January, 2024 Opinion: The UN Summit of the Future is crunch time for António Guterres Devex
January, 2024 Ankita Shah: “Disaster risk reduction is not a separate issue. It should be included in every developmental sector” PreventionWeb
January, 2024 The People Have a Right to Climate Data The New York Times
January, 2024 South Africa’s genocide case against Israel: expert sets out what to expect from the International Court of Justice The Conversation
January, 2024 What enforcement power does the International Court of Justice have in South Africa’s genocide case against Israel? The Conversation
January, 2024 Los horrores de la guerra de Gaza y los usos del derecho humanitario The Conversation
January, 2024 For Gaza’s Pregnant Women and Newborns, the War Will Never Be Over The New York Times
January, 2024 What Will Happen to Gaza’s People? The New York Times
January, 2024 The brutality and inhumanity of Israel’s assault on Gaza is no surprise. It’s just what was promised The Guardian
January, 2024 I’ve always helped the victims of war. Why am I shunned for helping people in Gaza? The Guardian
January, 2024 Painful Choices: How Humanitarians Can Prioritize in a World of Rising Need GPPI
January, 2024 Humanitarianism and international development in the 21st Century – shaping the world of tomorrow Bond Blog
January, 2024 A new humanitarian compact is needed for victims of conflicts everywhere The National News Opinion
January, 2024 Gaza’s Famine Warning in Perspective World Peace Foundation
January, 2024 Building climate resilience in conflict zones requires less emergency aid, not more The New Humanitarian
January, 2024 What’s shaping aid policy in 2024 The New Humanitarian
January, 2024 There's no such thing as social cohesion! What aid actors need to understand about the social relations of displaced people ODI
January, 2024 War in Sudan: Women facing new injustices CMI
January, 2024 Refuge in transition: Thailand's humanitarian challenges amid Myanmar crisis ORF
January, 2024 Perceptions of gender and conflict sensitivity considerations in South Sudan CSRF South Sudan
January, 2024 Not since Nagasaki UAI Blog
January, 2024 Africa Elections 2024: All the upcoming votes African Arguments
December, 2023 Adapting codes of conduct for humanitarian workers to the DRC context can prevent and combat sexual abuse ISS Blog BlISS
December, 2023 How could a common approach to preventing sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment support NGOs? Bond Blog
December, 2023 Mosul’s Gypsy Community Remains Unassisted Despite Protection Needs Refugee Law Initiative
December, 2023 More and More Children at Risk of Conflict PRIO Blogs
December, 2023 Revisiting humanitarian programmes in Puntland: pathways to resilience and sustainable growth HPN
December, 2023 Reflecting on a Year of Humanitarian Research and Innovation ELHRA
December, 2023 ‘The day after’ in Gaza, rest of Palestine AlJazeera Opinions
December, 2023 How international law is used to cover up Israeli settler-colonialism AlJazeera Opinions
December, 2023 The Obligation to Ensure Respect: A Role for All States to Play in Palestine EJIL Talk
December, 2023 Gaza war: deadlock in the security council shows that the UN is no longer fit for purpose The Conversation
December, 2023 Beyond Politics: Rethinking Humanitarian Aid in Gaza Amidst Disproportion and Disparity Arab Reform Initiative
December, 2023 As Darfur falls to the RSF, where is the outrage at their atrocities? The New Humanitarian
December, 2023 Excluding refugee-led organisations (RLOs) from the formal refugee response is a lose-lose: Three reasons why RLOs need to be front and centre at this Global Refugee Forum ODI Blog
December, 2023 Not child’s play: protecting children’s data in humanitarian AI ecosystems ICRC Blog
December, 2023 Podcast "I Think You're On Mute": Our Voices, Our Choices, Our Pacific Way – Supporting Locally Led Action in the Pacific Humanitarian Advisory Group
December, 2023 There is nowhere safe for children to go in Gaza AlJazeera Opinions
December, 2023 ‘What can I do?’: Reflections of a Gaza aid worker The New Humanitarian
December, 2023 The IFRC needs to change. Here’s a to-do list The New Humanitarian
December, 2023 How a small Caribbean island is trying to become hurricane-proof ODI
December, 2023 Why did the Netherlands Vote for Wilders’ PVV? Implications for Migration Policy Oxford Compas
December, 2023 How can AI be used to improve predictions of humanitarian need? Development Initiatives
December, 2023 The humanitarian situation in 2023: challenges and imperatives Bond UK
December, 2023 Mobile phones for participation: building responsible public-private humanitarian partnerships ICRC Blog
December, 2023 How, when, and with whom can Humanitarians create power in their negotiations? Lessons from a 3-day workshop at the Centre for Strategic Negotiations ISS Blog BlISS
December, 2023 Moving humanitarian accountability from a tickbox to a turning point: the crucial role of organisational leadership ALNAP
December, 2023 6 Innovations Using Data to Make Humanitarian Programming More Inclusive for Older People and People with Disabilities ELRHA
December, 2023 Often Shut Out of the Financial System, Refugees and Other Migrants Face Economic Integration Challenges MPI
November, 2023 The truce in Gaza has been more painful than the 50 days that preceded it AlJazeera Opinions
November, 2023 The international system is failing, yet again, in Gaza and beyond The New Humanitarian
November, 2023 Aid workers in war zones like Gaza face impossible choices that can leave them traumatized The Conversation
November, 2023 Ethical dilemmas in humanitarian negotiations NCHS
November, 2023 The UN must not abandon Sudan amid war and atrocities AlJazeera Opinions
November, 2023 As war dynamics change, localisation is now vital for effective aid in Myanmar’s Rakhine The New Humanitarian
November, 2023 Localising aid for urban displacement: Donor views of contested public authority IDS
November, 2023 Rethinking success: reflections on locally-led M&E ALNAP
November, 2023 Unlocking Opportunities: Income Generation for Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh PRIO Blogs
November, 2023 Lost and found: Can the new loss and damage fund deliver the transformative change we need? HPN Blog
November, 2023 Gaza: what aid agencies can hope to achieve under the strict limits of the four-day humanitarian pause The Conversation
November, 2023 Why Human Rights Offer a Stronger Case for a Cease-Fire in Gaza Global Policy Journal
November, 2023 There has been much talk of war crimes in the Israel-Gaza conflict. But will anyone actually be prosecuted? The Conversation
November, 2023 Do not ignore the suffering of Sudanese women AlJazeera Opinions
November, 2023 Why Women Leave: Gang and Gender-Based Violence in the Northern Triangle Refugee Law Initiative
November, 2023 Glocalization: a possible key to decoloniality in the aid sector? ISS Blog
November, 2023 How Humanitarian Innovation can change how we Address GBV in Emergencies ELRHA
November, 2023 Can we make better use of humanitarian data for an impartial and humane response to crisis? Humanitarian Practice Network
November, 2023 African women won’t be heard at COP so we wrote our own climate plan African Arguments
November, 2023 Responding to climate risks in conflict settings: in search of solutions ICRC Blog
November, 2023 We rarely hear about the disasters that were avoided – but there’s a lot we can learn from them The Conversation
November, 2023 International Humanitarian Studies Association Conference 2023: “Humanitarianism in Changing Climates” ISS Blog
November, 2023 Palestinian lives matter as much as any other human life AlJazeera Opinions
November, 2023 There’s nothing ‘humanitarian’ about a humanitarian pause in Gaza The Conversation
November, 2023 Classifying the Gaza Conflict Under International Humanitarian Law, a Complicated Matter EJIL Talk
November, 2023 Militaries can’t target essential infrastructure during war—so why can they target telecoms? ISS Blog
November, 2023 The Advancement and Protection of the Human Rights of Refugees and Other Migrants in the Age of the Global Compacts Refugee Law Initiative
November, 2023 Myanmar, Gaza, and why it’s time for humanitarian resistance The New Humanitarian
November, 2023 Overlooked and undervalued: tracking funding to refugee-led organisations Development Initiatives
November, 2023 Development aid cuts will hit fragile countries hard, could fuel violent conflict The Conversation
November, 2023 Displacement in Sudan: Worse than the Worst-Case Scenario Centre for Humanitarian Data
November, 2023 COP28 must not repeat the mistakes of the Africa Climate Summit AlJazeera Opinions
November, 2023 Tragic lessons from Morocco and Türkiye: Earthquake resilience needs a stronger foundation PreventionWeb
November, 2023 Worsening climate hazards call for humanitarian system rethink Devex
November, 2023 Another looming crisis in the Middle East: Climate change PreventionWeb
November, 2023 Humanitarian hypocrisy, double standards and the law in Gaza Overseas Development Institute
November, 2023 Health institutions must demand an end to Israel’s atrocities in Gaza AlJazeera Opinions
November, 2023 Why a “humanitarian pause” or “humanitarian corridors” are simply not the answer in Gaza Oxfam Blog
November, 2023 What is the rule of proportionality, and is it being observed in the Israeli siege of Gaza? The Conversation
November, 2023 International law matters even when the West abandons it The New Humanitarian
November, 2023 In defence of international law Al Jazeera Opinions
November, 2023 Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children: Hotel Accommodation, Removal from Child Welfare system and Risk of Trafficking RLI Blogs
November, 2023 The High Court has decided indefinite detention is unlawful. What happens now? The Conversation
November, 2023 The Psychological Harm of Immigration Detention Border Criminologies
November, 2023 13 Insights from New Humanitarian Research Studies in 2023 ELRHA
November, 2023 An open-source tool to assist in multi-hazard risk assessment PreventionWeb
November, 2023 Gaza lines your bones: Memories of a place I’ve lived The New Humanitarian
November, 2023 Where is the ‘responsibility to protect’ in Gaza? AlJazeera Opinions
November, 2023 Too Early To Tell? The (Un)lawfulness of Israeli Attacks: The Case of the Jabalia Refugee Camp EJIL Talk
November, 2023 Gaza’s ‘graveyard’ for children: Why Palestinians must be included in the international refugee protection regime The Conversation
November, 2023 Gaza is not a humanitarian crisis: on self-defence, depoliticising language, and contextualisation CMI Blogs
November, 2023 Reporter’s diary: Documenting the toll of Burundi’s climate disasters The New Humanitarian
November, 2023 SheCan: Fostering Change From Within The Community Samuel Hall
November, 2023 Silence on the Afghan deportation drive from Pakistan reveals hypocrisy; the international community must honour its commitment to human rights ISS Blog
November, 2023 Unpacking the (complex) armed conflict-disasters nexus Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
November, 2023 The World’s Leading Refugee Host, Turkey Has a Complex Migration History MPI Blogs
October, 2023 The international community must respond to Gaza’s health catastrophe The New Humanitarian
October, 2023 The ICC should urgently investigate what happened at al-Ahli Arab Hospital AlJazeera Opinions
October, 2023 Israel’s blocking of humanitarian assistance breaches international humanitarian law ISS Blogs
October, 2023 Misinformation on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is spreading like wildfire on social media — here’s why we keep reading fake news and what we can do to change it ISS Blogs
October, 2023 UN warns that Gaza desperately needs more aid − an emergency relief expert explains why it is especially tough working in Gaza The Conversation
October, 2023 Powerful networks impose taxes on aid in Somalia. It’s time for this to end The Conversation
October, 2023 Pakistan must not collectively punish Afghan refugees AlJazeera Blogs
October, 2023 ‘Sword in the water’: local peoples’ perceptions of NGOs in eastern DRC SSHAP
October, 2023 Governments and hackers agree: the laws of war must apply in cyberspace The Conversation
October, 2023 Lebanon’s Impending Catastrophes PRIO Blogs
October, 2023 Humanitarianism and Colonial Echoes in Mexico Border Criminologies
October, 2023 Palestinian Lives Matter and Other Key Principles Arab Reform Initiative
October, 2023 The mask is off: Gaza has exposed the hypocrisy of international law AlJazeera Opinions
October, 2023 I once lived on Kibbutz Re'im: Before and after Israeli airstrikes, daily life in Gaza is brutal The Conversation
October, 2023 UNRWA: In Anticipation of a Double Collapse PRIO Blogs
October, 2023 Delivering aid during war is tricky − here’s what to know about what Gaza relief operations may face The Conversation
October, 2023 Gaza: first aid deliveries cross into the strip as Israeli troops mass on the border The Conversation
October, 2023 Humanitarian air drops: An option of last resort Hanken Blogs
October, 2023 5 Things We Learned From Evaluating the Impact of Research ELRHA
October, 2023 Gaza depends on UN and other global aid groups for food, medicine and basic services – Israel-Hamas war means nothing is getting in The Conversation
October, 2023 Where does international law fit into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? The Conversation
October, 2023 How have Israel and Hamas broken the laws of war? The New Humanitarian
October, 2023 No shelter from the storm: the Rohingya remaining in Myanmar UAI Blogs
October, 2023 The silent decay of international aid to Rohingya refugees DevPolicy Blog
October, 2023 Deporting a million Afghans won’t solve Pakistan’s problems The New Humanitarian
October, 2023 Mutual aid in Sudan: the future of aid? HPN
October, 2023 From localising the international system to actually supporting locally-led action ALNAP
October, 2023 Climate change governance: Why a Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) approach is vital for preventing extreme weather events from turning into disasters ISS Blog - blISS
October, 2023 Listening to missing voices for more inclusive disaster risk reduction PreventionWeb
October, 2023 Everyone deserves to be protected from the impacts of climate change, including our animals Bond UK
October, 2023 Why the Term ‘Instrumentalisation of Migrants’ Should be Reconsidered RLI Blogs
October, 2023 En français: Face aux crises oubliées, quels leviers d’action pour les humanitaires ? IRIS France
October, 2023 Humiliation fuels my fellow Azerbaijanis’ hate of Armenia. We must oppose it OpenDemocracy
October, 2023 In occupation, they cared for the vulnerable. Now they’re in jail for it OpenDemocracy
October, 2023 Lampedusa’s tragedies remind us we need urgent action from the EU AlJazeera Opinions
October, 2023 What’s happening on Lampedusa – and what Europe needs to do now to manage migration The Conversation
October, 2023 Loss and damage – a humanitarian kairos moment HPN
October, 2023 More Turmoil in Myanmar UAI Blogs
October, 2023 Opinion: The Live Aid musical will continue a legacy of white saviorism Devex Blogs
October, 2023 Remember the Rohingya, for disease hasn’t forgotten them DevPolicy Blog
October, 2023 Book Review: Nobody Is Protected: How the Border Patrol Became the Most Dangerous Police Force in the United States Border Criminologies
October, 2023 Where Are All the Climate Migrants? Explaining Immobility amid Environmental Change MPI
September, 2023 This is not the end of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan OpenDemocracy
September, 2023 Nagorno-Karabakh: the world should have seen this crisis coming – and it’s not over yet The Conversation
September, 2023 What the UN can do to Stop Looming Ethnic Cleansing in Karabakh Global Policy
September, 2023 Aid theft in Somalia is not what you think The New Humanitarian
September, 2023 Malawi’s populist crackdown on refugees betrays its legacy AlJazeera Blogs
September, 2023 Sexual violence in conflict and weapons: unpacking the links for better prevention ICRC Blogs
September, 2023 Strategies for strengthening disaster finance in Indonesia ORF Blogs
September, 2023 Together let’s shape new guidance for humanitarian evaluation ALNAP Blogs
September, 2023 Morocco’s earthquake and Libya’s floods highlight obstacles to relief efforts, from botched disaster diplomacy to destroyed infrastructure The Conversation
September, 2023 The other culprit in Libya’s floods AlJazeera Opinions
September, 2023 The West’s climate crisis is bad news for the Global South too AlJazeera Opinions
September, 2023 Disabled and displaced: The additional challenges faced by disabled people in the Sudan crisis Bond
September, 2023 Sexual and gender-based violence in migration contexts: does faith sensitivity matter? ICRC Blogs
September, 2023 How the Treacherous Darien Gap Became a Migration Crossroads of the Americas MPI
September, 2023 Between inclusion and exclusion: Tolerated migrants in Germany Border Criminologies
September, 2023 Quality Measures for Humanitarian Data Centre for Humanitarian Data Blogs
August, 2023 Should Refugee Camps be Abolished? Towards Key Considerations for Self-reliance and True Protection RLI
August, 2023 Six Years as Refugees and Still No Refuge PRIO Blogs
August, 2023 As Nauru Shows, Asylum Outsourcing Has Unexpected Impacts on Host Communities MPI
August, 2023 Five ways to protect civilians in contemporary armed conflict SIPRI Blog
August, 2023 Sudan’s Crisis: Can Cash Transfers Prevent Starvation and State Collapse? African Arguments
August, 2023 Examining the ethics of humanitarian mediation Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
August, 2023 Navigating dilemmas in people-centric humanitarian action ICRC Blogs
August, 2023 Afghanistan: Two Years after the Return of the Taliban UAI Blogs
August, 2023 How disasters can increase armed conflict risks, but also facilitate diplomacy ISS Blogs
August, 2023 The federal government turns to local communities to help refugees settle into the US, but community-based programs bring both possibilities and challenges The Conversation
August, 2023 Is it right to count humanitarian aid as loss and damage? HPN
August, 2023 Ungovernable or humanitarian experimentation? Generative AI as an accountability issue Global Policy
August, 2023 Facebook should pay for what it did to my people, Rohingya AlJazeera Opinion
August, 2023 Digital Dichotomy Clingendael
August, 2023 Disability inclusion: The mismatch between commitments and investment Bond
August, 2023 Rohingya youth long for a future beyond the barbed wire AlJazeera Opinion
August, 2023 Why language matters when we talk about border deaths in the Mediterranean Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
August, 2023 Empowering frontline humanitarian staff to enable the participation of affected people HPN
August, 2023 Mutual aid & rethinking international humanitarian engagement in Sudan CMI
August, 2023 Opinion: To recruit humanitarian ‘champions,’ true partnership is key Devex Opinion
August, 2023 Building on Local Knowledge and Partnerships to Facilitate Trigger Development and Scale-up Anticipatory Action IFHV
August, 2023 Attacks on aid workers in Sudan must stop now AlJazeera Opinion
August, 2023 19 de agosto, Día Mundial de la Asistencia Humanitaria IECAH
August, 2023 Localisation in Asia and the Pacific: What is Happening and Where to Next? Humanitarian Advisory Group
August, 2023 The bumpy road to localised humanitarian support Bond Blogs
August, 2023 How politics is challenging humanitarian principles in Venezuela — Stories Behind the State of the Humanitarian System ALNAP Blogs
August, 2023 Smugglers or refugees? The growing prosecution of refugees in Europe ODI Blogs
August, 2023 The Australian aid objective: COVID-19 and China DevPolicy Blog
August, 2023 International cooperation for the protection of humanitarian workers ORF
August, 2023 Nagorno-Karabakh blockade crisis: Choking of disputed region is a consequence of war and geopolitics The Conversation
July, 2023 AI in aid: Framing conversations on humanitarian policy Global Policy
July, 2023 Taking stock: Generative AI, humanitarian action, and the aid worker Global Policy
July, 2023 Three Questions for a More Feminist Humanitarian Strategy Centre for Humanitarian Action
July, 2023 To help tackle aid inequality, support Myanmar’s local intermediaries The New Humanitarian
July, 2023 The transformative power of renewable energy in humanitarian responses: Experiences from Yemen SSHAP
July, 2023 With learning comes change ALNAP Blogs
July, 2023 Who holds whom to account when harm is done? Funder accountability and responsibility within the education in emergencies community HPN
July, 2023 Preventing a Humanitarian Catastrophe in Taiwan The Diplomat
July, 2023 Haitians Flee a Nation Nearing Collapse MPI
July, 2023 Is it too much to ask that Syrians receive the aid they need? The New Humanitarian
July, 2023 The EU is fuelling migration from Tunisia, not stopping it The New Humanitarian
July, 2023 UK asylum policy: How did we get here? Refugee Law Initiative
July, 2023 Why it’s crucial for internally displaced persons to participate in the peace process following Ethiopia’s Oromia Conflict ISS Blog
July, 2023 From London to Kigali – deportations, asylum policy and state brutality ROAP
July, 2023 Evaluations of ‘opportunity’ versus ‘risk’: Vietnamese migrants’ experiences and perceptions of the UK border Border Criminologies
July, 2023 Disability inclusion in humanitarian responses: Our perspectives on participation in Nepal SSHAP
July, 2023 Ukrainian refugee pets: Perspectives from the classroom NCHS
June, 2023 Deadly tragedy off the coast of Greece exposes how human traffickers are exploiting Pakistan’s economic meltdown The Conversation
June, 2023 Deadly Greece shipwreck makes case against ‘floating prisons’ even starker OpenDemocracy
June, 2023 The Rohingya Crisis: Challenges in the repatriation process ORF Online
June, 2023 To address complex refugee problems, the refugee regime should be accountable to the population it serves ODI
June, 2023 From caminantes to community builders: how migrants in Ecuador support each other in their journeys ISS Blog
June, 2023 Responsible data sharing between humanitarian organizations and donors: towards a common approach ICRC Blogs
June, 2023 As Sudan’s humanitarian crisis deepens, donors must dig deeper The New Humanitarian
June, 2023 Humanitarian observatories – seeking change from below ISS Blog
June, 2023 The 2022 Saudi census: what it tells us about refugees and Saudi Arabia Refugee Law Initiative
June, 2023 Geopolitical risks to Ukraine's reconstruction: what to watch ODI
June, 2023 Hundreds of thousands of people have fled Khartoum Welthungerhilfe
June, 2023 How can NGOs and people’s movements oppose the rise of digital repression? Global Policy
June, 2023 AI must not become a driver of human rights abuses Aljazeera Opinion
June, 2023 Les déplacés de Goma, une catastrophe pourtant si visible MSF Sur le Vif
June, 2023 Armed conflict in Sudan: a recap of the basic IHL rules applicable in non-international armed conflicts ICRC Blogs
June, 2023 Ukraine war: what international law says about the Russians fighting against their own country The Conversation
June, 2023 How does a place become (less) hostile? Looking at everyday encounters between migrants and non-migrants as acts and processes of bordering ISS Blog
June, 2023 Chad on the brink: how the war in Sudan hurts its fragile neighbour The Conversation
June, 2023 Title 42 didn’t result in a surge of migration, after all – but border communities are still facing record-breaking migration The Conversation
June, 2023 Supporting social protection: five considerations for a principled humanitarian approach ICRC Blogs
June, 2023 In Somalia, the rains have come but the crisis is far from over Aljazeera Opinion
June, 2023 The Destruction of the Nova Kakhovka Dam and International Humanitarian Law: Some Preliminary Thoughts European Journal of International Law Blog
June, 2023 Rohingya Repatriation: The booklet diplomacy Refugee Law Initiative
June, 2023 Title 42 didn’t result in a surge of migration, after all – but border communities are still facing record-breaking migration The Conversation
June, 2023 The Subaltern Can Speak: Forced Migrants in Kenya’s Kalobeyei Settlement Border Criminologies
June, 2023 Navigating humanitarian principles in the nexus: reflections from Iraq HPN
June, 2023 The United Nations Security Council is constituted to further the colonisation project ORF Online
June, 2023 The silent decay of international aid to Rohingya refugees Humanitarian Advisory Group
June, 2023 Some refugee girls are forced into early marriage for safety – here’s why The Conversation
June, 2023 Is it right to prioritise fragile states in the climate crisis? Global Policy
June, 2023 Citizen Science: lessons in pandemic preparedness from Sierra Leone Institute of Development Studies
June, 2023 The West has a golden opportunity to engage the Taliban Aljazeera Opinion
May, 2023 Three years on from George Floyd’s murder. What have we learned? Bond UK
May, 2023 Is The Aid Sector Tèt Anba? CDA
May, 2023 Can humanitarian experience guide the development of new loss and damage funding? Oxfam
May, 2023 Feeding people and protecting forests: agriculture in a changing climate Welthungerhilfe
May, 2023 Lessons from Khartoum: Sudan’s refugee crisis and the fallacy of containment policies Refugee Law Initiative
May, 2023 War, resilience, and rooting CMI
May, 2023 Sudan conflict: why a humanitarian truce is proving so hard to secure – and what that means for people on the ground The Conversation
May, 2023 Unpacking the politics of social assistance: Part 1 – Nigeria Institute of Development Studies Blog
May, 2023 Humanitarian aid alone cannot save Lebanon Aljazeera Opinion
May, 2023 A military offensive won’t solve Somalia’s humanitarian crisis The New Humanitarian
May, 2023 Conflict in Sudan: Complex Conflict Cries Out for Solutions Global Policy
May, 2023 Sudan cannot afford to reject foreign help Aljazeera Opinion
May, 2023 As aid efforts ramp up in Sudan, local groups must take centre stage The New Humanitarian
May, 2023 Migration can be a source of prosperity all countries, but only when it benefits migrants themselves ODI Blog
May, 2023 How the Experiences of Eritrean Refugees during the War on Tigray Highlight Serious Shortcomings in the Fight for Human Rights Refugee Law Initiative
May, 2023 Most east African refugees are hosted close to borders – it’s a deliberate war strategy The Conversation
May, 2023 When faith says to help migrants – and the law says don’t The Conversation
May, 2023 I have been patient for more than 30 years Samuel Hall
May, 2023 Opinion: Disaster risk reduction efforts must center on gender equity Devex Opinion
May, 2023 Six dos and six don’ts for tackling the climate emergency The New Humanitarian
May, 2023 Why are Civil Wars Lasting Longer? Oxfam Blog
May, 2023 Ethiopia needs an all-inclusive peace process led by women Aljazeera Opinion
May, 2023 Climate Change and Climate Refugees: The Looming Humanitarian Crisis HumLogs
May, 2023 75 YEARS OF WHO: The World Health Assembly Considers What's Next for the Global Health Agency UN Foundation
May, 2023 Local early warning systems: predicting the future when things are so uncertain Institute of Development Studies
May, 2023 Sudan refugee crisis: aid agencies face huge challenges as hundreds of thousands flee violence The Conversation
May, 2023 Opinion: USAID, WFP aid suspension in Tigray will hinder peace process Devex Opinion
May, 2023 Coloniality and the ‘aid bubble’: Can language be a driver for change? EUIdeas
May, 2023 Sudan's catastrophe: A long history of failed responses to structural and direct violence SOAS Blog
May, 2023 Think Change episode 24: Sudan conflict – how did we get here and what next? ODI Blog
May, 2023 Sudan’s conflict will have a ripple effect in an unstable region - and across the world The Conversation
May, 2023 The fall of Khartoum CMI
May, 2023 Sudan: Revolutionary reflections, amid a raging war African Arguments
May, 2023 An innovative analysis of Italy’s protection against disaster displacement: Numbers and profiles of the beneficiaries Refugee Law Initiative
May, 2023 Ethical considerations on recall methods in violent conflict research Institute of Development Studies
May, 2023 Asylum Seekers Crossing the English Channel: Why Don’t They Stay in France? UAI
May, 2023 Achieving impactful, localised AAP in Myanmar: recalibrating the existing approach HPN
May, 2023 Generations of Palestinian Refugees Face Protracted Displacement and Dispossession Migration Policy Institute
April, 2023 Making Sense of a Senseless War: Readings on Sudan World Peace Foundation
April, 2023 Sudan’s conflict has its roots in three decades of elites fighting over oil and energy The Conversation
April, 2023 Escalating conflict in Sudan: what do we know? bond
April, 2023 Washington y la fatiga de la guerra iecah
April, 2023 Border Waste: Migrant Farm Workers Wrecked by an Intoxicating Border Regime Border Criminologies
April, 2023 A Semiotics of Invisibility: Rohingya Women with Disabilities and Intersectional Vulnerability Refugee Law Initiative
April, 2023 To improve lives in Afghanistan, international efforts must step up IDS Blog
April, 2023 Desafíos humanitarios en Colombia iecah
April, 2023 Why narratives around migration in Latin America need to change The New Humanitarian
April, 2023 Food and energy protests signal failures of accountability on a global scale From Poverty to Power
April, 2023 When the lights go out: the protection of energy infrastructure in armed conflict From Poverty to Power
April, 2023 Youth Inclusion in the Lake Chad Basin: four key barriers HPN Blog
April, 2023 Sudan’s New War and Prospects for Peace World Peace Foundation
April, 2023 Non-Syrian refugees refused assistance in Jordan OpenDemocracy
April, 2023 Yemen: Local grievances call for internationally supported local solutions sipri
April, 2023 Politique de l’humanitaire, humanitaire politique ? CAIRN
April, 2023 Five ways the aid system can improve its accountability to affected people The New Humanitarian
April, 2023 The use of technology to stregthten accountability in humanitarian action - a (not) so perfect match?! Centre for Humanitarian Action Blog
April, 2023 Reforming the unreformable – what future for the UN Security Council? Global Policy Journal
April, 2023 Would EU citizens prefer to admit asylum seekers or pay other countries to host them instead? A survey experiment Protect blog
April, 2023 The Taliban is not playing straight with the west over easing of sanctions – and women and girls are paying much of the price The Conversation
April, 2023 Learning about learning in humanitarian urban operations ALNAP
April, 2023 In Uganda, A Refugee Woman Is Paving The Way To A Dignified Life For Other Refugee Women Samuel Hall
April, 2023 The challenges of protecting people accused of misusing supernatural powers in South Sudan CSRF Blog
March, 2023 How can South-South collaboration improve responses to crises? Perspectives from South Sudan, Uganda and the DRC SSHAP
March, 2023 Reporters’ diary: What women who stay can tell us about migration The New Humanitarian
March, 2023 Promoting gender equality: linking social protection and humanitarian assistance for displaced populations ODI
March, 2023 In Turkey, women are feeling the worst aftershocks of the earthquake disaster – this disparity may lead to dwindling trust in government The Conversation
March, 2023 Now is the time for the world to support the people of Türkiye ODI
March, 2023 Climate change, environment and humanitarian action in Southeast Asia ICRC Blog
March, 2023 UN and Rohingya Refugee Repatriation: is History About to Repeat Itself? The Irrawaddy
March, 2023 Turning Skills Into Startups Is Dream Hard To Achieve For Women in Kakuma Refugee Camp Medium
March, 2023 Opinion: Aid agencies should be more transparent to taxpayers devex
March, 2023 The international community is getting Afghanistan wrong, again The New Humanitarian
March, 2023 ‘Aid for Ukraine must not have neoliberal strings attached’ openDemocracy
March, 2023 Engagement and disengagement Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
March, 2023 Why Indonesia fails to address the West Papua conflict Al Jazeera
March, 2023 Reinstating concrete commitments to fragile and conflict-affected states can promote stability and security in places like Syria bond
March, 2023 Monks and Militias in Myanmar PRIO
March, 2023 Syrian earthquake devastated an area that was already a disaster zone – and highlights the vital role of local aid groups The Conversation
March, 2023 Humanitarian action is the answer to fewer and fewer of today’s humanitarian crises Humanitarian Practice Network
March, 2023 Asylum? Maybe, But Outside The EU. The Externalization of the Responsibility to Protect Border criminologies
February, 2023 Race and erasure: why the world’s other humanitarian crises don’t see the same response as Ukraine The Conversation
February, 2023 Education for Refugees: A legal right on paper, but a distant dream in reality Refugee Law Initiative
February, 2023 Afghan women, girls want an education but we can’t fight alone devex
February, 2023 The Future of Peace Dialogues in Colombia: Challenges and Opportunities PRIO Blog
February, 2023 Los peajes humanos de la Alta Guajira. Un cobro en especie, con agua y comida Pacifista
February, 2023 Two years since Myanmar’s coup: it is time for USAID to meet its localisation commitments Humanitarian Practice Network
February, 2023 Stop all financial aid to Tunisia until it returns to democracy Al Jazeera
February, 2023 Disaster survivors need help remaining connected with friends and families – and access to mental health care The Conversation
February, 2023 Séismes en Turquie et Syrie : des modalités d’intervention différentes iris
February, 2023 War, law and humanity: the role of the ICRC in international armed conflicts ICRC Blog
February, 2023 Decarbonization and Conflict Resolution: New Patterns of Peacemaking in Political Marketplace Systems and its Implications for the Clean Energy Transition World Peace Foundation
February, 2023 Calls for peace in Ukraine a year after Russia’s full-scale invasion are unrealistic The Conversation
February, 2023 Education Cannot Wait High Level Financing Conference: An opportunity for world leaders to step up for crisis-affected children and youth bond
February, 2023 Using Vulnerability-Centred Health Assessment as a Tool for the Differential (De)Valuing of Human Life: The Case of Italian ‘Illegal Decrees’ for Selective Sea Rescues Border Criminologies
February, 2023 L’aide publique et humanitaire de la France n’est plus la bienvenue au Mali iris
February, 2023 Africa decides 2023: Elections in the shadow of humanitarian crisis The New Humanitarian
February, 2023 Can a systems change approach improve disaster management? Devpolicy blog
February, 2023 The End of Title 42 Pushbacks? A Looming Victory for Asylum-Seekers Amid the US’s Confounding Battle Against the Core Principles of the Refugee Convention Refugee Law Initiative
February, 2023 Turkey-Syria earthquake: why it is so difficult to get rescue and relief to where it is most needed The Conversation
February, 2023 Turkey-Syria earthquake - how disaster diplomacy can bring warring countries together The Conversation
February, 2023 Questioning the Narratives Underpinning Voluntary Return Programmes: Evidence from the IOM Morocco Return Scheme COMPAS
February, 2023 Death and solidarity in the ‘graveyard’ at the Belarus-Poland border openDemocracy
February, 2023 A new plan to tackle trauma in Somalia after 30 years of ‘shared distress’ openDemocracy
February, 2023 Bangladesh and the 1951 Refugee Convention Refugee Law Initiative
February, 2023 When calamities strike, it is the poor who bear the brunt Al Jazeera
February, 2023 Five types of humanitarian influence ICRC Blog
February, 2023 Reflections on AI in Humanitarian Logistics Humlog Blog
February, 2023 Los riesgos de la instrumentalización de la acción humanitaria en Colombia iecah
January, 2023 The stony path of innovation in organisations and humanitarian-development interventions: A local practitioner's view from climate change affected South Sudan Centre for Humanitarian Action
January, 2023 9 Useful Roles INGOs can play as Intermediaries in an Age of Localization Oxfam Blog
January, 2023 How to avoid false narratives around DR Congo's M23 conflict The New Humanitarian
January, 2023 Afghanistan’s freezing winter: humanitarian crisis and the Taliban’s ban on women aid workers ODI Blog
January, 2023 How has social assistance responded to climate-related disasters in Pakistan? IDS Blog
January, 2023 Rohingya are drowning at sea. Asia’s leaders are to blame Al Jazeera
January, 2023 On the Wrong Side of History: Europe's Mistreatment of Displaced People in the (Post)Colonial World Border Criminologies
January, 2023 Davos elite won’t tackle climate crisis and global inequalities OpenDemocracy
January, 2023 The scramble to help Ukraine shows the need for more, better aid Al Jazeera
January, 2023 Humanitarian racism and “pet exceptionalism” Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
January, 2023 ‘Afghan Women Raise Their Voices, But No One Can Hear Them’ Samuel Hall
January, 2023 Chinese health aid to Myanmar during Covid-19 Humanitarian Advisory Group
January, 2023 Environment-induced displacements in India’s Assam river islands Refugee Law Initiative
January, 2023 7 million internally displaced people live in Central Africa – they need more support The Conversation
January, 2023 Amid increasing disinformation and the silencing of speech, scholars must strive towards speaking truth blISS
January, 2023 Dire straits: The Horn of Africa faces deepening crises Observatory Research Foundation
January, 2023 Al-Shabaab is just a symptom of Somalia’s tragedy – the causes are still in place The Conversation
January, 2023 Rekindling feminist approaches to legal displacement research: Introducing the 2023 blog series of the RLI Working Group on Feminist Theory and Displacement Refugee Law Initiative
January, 2023 How ethical can research relationships be in Development Studies? EADi Blog
January, 2023 Humanitarians Must Reject the Taliban’s Misogyny From Poverty to Power
January, 2023 Dilemmas for aid agencies working in Afghanistan under Taliban’s gender apartheid rule. blISS
January, 2023 The Three Amigos and the US war on asylum seekers in Mexico Al Jazeera
January, 2023 Sudan should not settle for anything other than true democracy Al Jazeera
January, 2023 ICRC engagement with armed groups in 2022 Al Jazeera
January, 2023 INGO friends, it’s time to reimagine our role. What better time to do it than at the start of a new year? bond
January, 2023 Putin’s Lonely Christmas Amid His Hopeless War PRIO Blog
January, 2023 Ukraine war: the bloody battle for Soledar and what it tells us about the future of the conflict The Conversation
January, 2023 Five migration solutions for Europe for 2023 The New Humanitarian
January, 2023 5 Global issues to watch in 2023 UN Foundation
January, 2023 What might 2023 hold for international development? bond
January, 2023 Is trust the key denominator to digitally transform the humanitarian sector!? bond
January, 2023 Tracking humanitarian funding to local actors: what we’ve learnt Development Initiatives
January, 2023 The translator is a traitor: translation in humanitarian response ICRC Blog
January, 2023 Somalia: The Current Crisis In Four Charts Centre for Humdata
January, 2023 Ucrania: la guerra de los dobles raseros humanitarios iecah
January, 2023 Enough is enough: audaciously decolonising the development and humanitarian nexus devpolicy blog
December, 2022 Why humanitarians need to talk about Elon Musk’s Twitter The New Humanitarian
December, 2022 Loss and Damage fund established at COP27: what happens next? From Povery to Power
December, 2022 Who should provide climate finance? Answering a hard question with some hard numbers ODI Blog
December, 2022 How British colonialism killed 100 million Indians in 40 years Al Jazeera
December, 2022 Can political finance explain the different development stories in Ethiopia and Sudan? World Peace Foundation
December, 2022 Friday essay: how the West betrayed Syria The Conversation
December, 2022 Civilians are Protected Under GC IV 1949: The Illegality of Russian Filtration Camps under IHL EJIL: Talk!
December, 2022 Fewer Children Affected by Conflict, but Conflict Intensity Is on the Rise PRIO Blogs
December, 2022 10 insights about frontline learning in humanitarian response ALNAP
December, 2022 Women leaders in DRR working for inclusion PreventionWeb
November, 2022 It’s not just conflict – climate change is also a form of structural gender-based violence ODI Blog
November, 2022 Funding to address gender-based violence in humanitarian emergencies must go further Development Initiatives
November, 2022 Sahel insurgency: What policymakers need to do differently The New Humanitarian
November, 2022 A Novel Approach to EU Asylum Law: The Practitioners’ Handbook on the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) and EU and Member States’ Commitments under the UN Global Compact on Refugees and the UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration PROTECT Blog
November, 2022 When hostilities end but suffering remains: the necessary continuation of humanitarian activities in the aftermath ICRC Blog
November, 2022 Conflict in the DRC: 5 articles that explain what’s gone wrong The Conversation
November, 2022 Relief chief: Mark Lowcock’s manifesto for saving lives devPolicy blog
November, 2022 As an Afghan Shia father, I fear for my children Al Jazeera
November, 2022 Measuring social cohesion in contexts of displacement: do researchers agree? COMPAS
November, 2022 How men with guns aggravate global hunger Oxfam - From Poverty to Power
November, 2022 How do IDPs and refugees fit within traditional, indigenous, and local knowledge of disasters? Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
November, 2022 The West will not act on climate change until it feels its pain Al Jazeera
November, 2022 ‘Nothing about us without us’: including civilians with disabilities in the aftermath ICRC Blog
November, 2022 The high price of lowballing local organisations bond
November, 2022 Why it’s important to understand the unique plight of internally displaced people in Africa The Conversation
November, 2022 Shifting the dial on gender equality in Australian aid devpolicy Blog
November, 2022 Can conditional cash transfers boost trust within communities? In Tanzania, they did IFPRI Blog
November, 2022 The Terrible Plight of Internally Displaced Persons in Central Africa The Conversation
November, 2022 Climate change and human rights – The significant action of Gabon in protecting human rights in a changing climate Africanlegalstudies.blog
November, 2022 A perfect storm? The impact of the Ukraine war on donor priorities NCHS
November, 2022 Adaptive Management in large programmes: Great new Practical Guide Oxfam from poverty to power
November, 2022 Who gets what: how to get climate finance working for the people who need it most ICRC blog - Law and Policy
November, 2022 Armed Conflict and Climate Change: How These Two Threats Play Out in Africa PRIO blogs
November, 2022 Whose climate security? Or why we should worry about security language in climate action ISS Blog
November, 2022 A three-pronged plan for COP27 Institute of Development Studies
November, 2022 Guerra en Ucrania: lo que la retirada rusa de la zona clave de Jersón significa para el conflicto The Conversation
November, 2022 The “polycrisis” and global development finance: options and dilemmas Devpolicy Blog
November, 2022 Out of sight, out of mind: Europe’s increasing pushback against migrants The Conversation
November, 2022 New Freedom of Information data indicates half of asylum applicants are unable to access legal aid representation Refugee Law Initiative
November, 2022 Under Meloni, the plight of Italy’s Roma will only get worse Al Jazeera
November, 2022 Living in Limbo: Displaced Ukrainians in Poland Migration Policy Institute
November, 2022 How combatting illicit financial flows can prevent remittances from helping people during humanitarian crises: a closer look at Afghanistan ISS Blog blISS
November, 2022 Ethiopia-Tigray war parties agree pause: expert insights into two years of devastating conflict The Conversation
November, 2022 Afghan girls need to be back in school. Here’s how to help. The New Humanitarian
November, 2022 Reducing climate-related security risks and building peace through adaptation sipri
November, 2022 Maselina Iuta Fiso: "If we don't inform or teach those with dissabilities how to protect them from disaster we are leaving them behind" preventionWeb
November, 2022 Beyond the rhetoric – why INGOs need to change DevPolicy blog
October, 2022 Fragility, climate change, and the uncertain lives of agro-pastoralist women and girls in East Africa Open Global Rights
October, 2022 Several reflections on the displacement in the Sahel due to climate change African Law Matters
October, 2022 Several reflections on the displacement in the Sahel due to climate change ISS Blog
October, 2022 Securing Somalia’s future under climate risks and natural capital depletion ODI
October, 2022 Droughts don’t need to result in famine: Ethiopia and Somalia show what makes the difference The Conversation
October, 2022 Somalia needs the world to wake up now devex
October, 2022 The cost-of-living crisis: what can we learn from community-led responses to Covid-19? IDS Blog
October, 2022 Amid Record Venezuelan Arrivals, Biden Administration Embraces Border Expulsions Policy Migration Policy Institute
October, 2022 Deceased Migrants in South Africa: The Relevance of Objective 8 of the Global Compact for Migration Border Criminologies
October, 2022 Assessing The Technical Feasibility Of Conflict Prediction For Anticipatory Action Centre for humanitarian data
October, 2022 Do no harm: Protect humanitarian private data Observatory Research Foundation
October, 2022 Lessons for the 2022 Pakistan flood response: past reflections and new considerations ALNAP
October, 2022 Why some women in Pakistan are being left behind in the floods ODI
October, 2022 Information challenges for humanitarian response to climate shocks in fragile settings spiri blog
October, 2022 Polio has lifelong effects. Meet the women in DRC who are fighting back. UN Foundation
October, 2022 Nigeria’s floods are the worst in a decade. Here’s how people try to cope with the devastation The Conversation
October, 2022 Cuando Petro despertó, la crisis humanitaria todavía estaba allí iecah
October, 2022 Famine should not exist in 2022, yet Somalia faces its worst yet. Wealthy countries, pay your dues The Conversation
October, 2022 How to begin fixing the ‘nonsensical’ humanitarian financing system The New Humanitarian
October, 2022 Should Western donors provide aid to Taliban-controlled Afghanistan? devpolicy blog
October, 2022 Supporting the people of Myanmar: it’s about political will Humanitarian Practice Network
October, 2022 Challenging dominant aid systems and supporting emerging practices bond
October, 2022 What does a Digital ID mean to a refugee’s self-identity? Verity Think
October, 2022 Nuclear weapons are a humanitarian issue The New Humanitarian
October, 2022 Hunger, disease and homelessness loom large in Pakistan Welt Hunger Hilfe
October, 2022 How Pakistan can prevent another flood disaster Al Jazeera
October, 2022 Safeguarding humanitarian organizations from digital threats ICRC Blog
October, 2022 Fault lines: Disaster Risk Reduction's missing postcolonial lens Humanitarian Advisory Group
October, 2022 Small conflicts with big impact: The Tajik-Kyrgyz war no one talks about EJIL: Talk!
October, 2022 Borders areas should be used, not feared, in pandemic responses African Arguments
October, 2022 Quasi-Detention: The Expansion of Dehumanising Border Spaces Border Criminologies
October, 2022 What if technological innovations is the future or early warning systems? preventionWeb
October, 2022 Why Russians are not protesting against the war OpenDemocracy
October, 2022 Justice for war crimes in Ukraine must not be delayed Al Jazeera
October, 2022 The status and protection of third-country nationals in international armed conflict ICRC Blog
October, 2022 At the UN General Assembly, calls for fairer global governance grow louder The New Humanitarian
October, 2022 Why and how the UN and NGOs need to work together at national level Oxfam Blog
October, 2022 Is it Ethical to be Friends with Research Participants? Global Policy Journal
October, 2022 A guide to becoming locally led bond
October, 2022 From sacred to clinical: how the lack of proper burials during the Covid-19 pandemic affected communities in Uganda blISS
October, 2022 Burundi’s Gatumba massacre offers a window into the past and future of the DRC conflict The Conversation
October, 2022 How do IDPs and refugees fit within traditional, indigenous, and local knowledge of disasters? CMI Blog
October, 2022 Represión cada vez más insoportable en Nicaragua Democracia Abierta
October, 2022 It’s time to talk about northwest Syria The New Humanitarian
October, 2022 Externalisation and the Socio-economic Rights of Refugees: What are the Obligations of Destination States? Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2022 Gender inequality, armed conflict and climate change: why militaries can and should map compounded risk ICRC Blog
October, 2022 How the International Community is Betraying Tigray—and its Principles World Peace Foundation
October, 2022 Shortfalls in data exclude older people from humanitarian responses bond
October, 2022 A decade in the trenches of accountability – and so much still to accomplish Global Truth Solutions
October, 2022 Reimagining the future of global health devex
October, 2022 Undoing the Migration Digital Black Box Border Criminologies
October, 2022 African leaders are colonial too – now is the chance to change Al Jazeera
October, 2022 Medicine helps their HIV. Hunger makes it hard to take African Arguments
September, 2022 Donations worth millions fail to reach Ukraine – sparking calls for change openDemocracy
September, 2022 Wrecking ball: the Ukraine crisis and global aid Devpolicy Blog
September, 2022 A Perfect Storm? The Impact of the Ukraine War on Donor Priorities PRIO Blog
September, 2022 Why we should target country-programmable aid instead of ODA Development Initiatives
September, 2022 Peace is not the absence of war Al Jazeera
September, 2022 What Ethiopia and Tigray need for peace talks to succeed Al Jazeera
September, 2022 Feeling alive but dead inside Refugee Law Initiative
September, 2022 Don’t forget Afghan refugees in Pakistan flood response The New Humanitarian
September, 2022 Reforming multilateralism: UNGA and the art of the possible ODI Blog
September, 2022 Uneven displacement: How a village in coastal Guinea-Bissau is battling rising sea levels CMI Blog
September, 2022 How is the fractured international system failing people affected by disasters? medium
September, 2022 Examining ways to promote mobile money use in refugee-hosting areas in Ethiopia IFPRI Blog
September, 2022 More labels, less protection: A comparison of the Afghan and Ukraine protection schemes Refugee Law Initiative
September, 2022 Russia and China Ambiguity Alliance in Africa PRIO Blogs
September, 2022 The inflation reduction act and COP27: what the United States new legislation means for international climate diplomacy United Nations Foundation
September, 2022 Culpability for the Pakistan floods rests with the Pakistani government and rich countries The Conversation
September, 2022 Working towards sustainable food systems in Peru and Bolivia Welt Hunger hilfe
September, 2022 Four steps to help avoid future famines in Somalia The New Humanitarian
September, 2022 Aftermath of battles and conflict: from challenges to solutions ICRC Blog
September, 2022 Why is “locally led development” missing the mark? bond
September, 2022 Peacekeeping Desperately Needs a New Model, and a People-Centered Approach Could Work Passblue
September, 2022 The forcibly displaced, the triple nexus, and the sustainable peace challenge Refugee Law Initiative
September, 2022 When will it be over? A fictional civilian’s story in the aftermath of conflict ICRC Blog
September, 2022 Caught between two stools: humanitarian aid in the Sri Lanka crisis response Humanitarian Practice Network
September, 2022 Under the Taliban regime: The fate of Afghan women and girls Observatory Research Foundation
September, 2022 Are we finally ready to shake up humanitarian financing? devex
September, 2022 Locked out. What do local leaders say about reforming the humanitarian system? From Poverty to Power
September, 2022 If the humanitarian system is to meet the growing needs of people affected by crises, we need transformation not tinkering Start Network
August, 2022 All Bark, No Bite? The Case for Human Security in European Migration & Asylum Governance ISS Blog - blISS
August, 2022 Pakistan’s floods are a failure of governance IDS Blog
August, 2022 Nowhere to run: the plight of Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia The Conversation
August, 2022 Unpacking the value of locally led humanitarian action Humanitarian Practice Network
August, 2022 Sudan needs attention and action now devex
August, 2022 Who will champion the Rohingya? Draconian refugee policies must end now devpolicy blog
August, 2022 Why humanitarians should stop hiding behind impartiality The New Humanitarian
August, 2022 ‘It was the best of times; it was the worst of times’: a tale of two cities in the aftermath of conflict ICRC Blog
August, 2022 Challenging biases in humanitarian knowledge production Humanitarian Advisory Group
August, 2022 HOW LOCAL IS ‘LOCAL’? A Bottom-Up Perspective of Localization From Narok CDA Blog
July, 2022 Silenced guns do not mend lives: what does the law say about human suffering at the end of conflict? ICRC
July, 2022 Assessing the Authority of the ICRC Customary IHL Study EJIL Talk!
July, 2022 Tigrayan farmers need urgent help to face a war-induced famine Institute of Development Studies
July, 2022 “Ethiopia’s other conflict”: What’s driving the violence in Oromia? African Arguments
July, 2022 Digital Famine: Discussing Risks and Prevention World Peace Foundation
July, 2022 Asylum Support in the UK: More Hostile Environment Messaging Refugee Law Initiative
July, 2022 Debunking the myth of the ‘evil people smuggler’ The Conversation
July, 2022 Many Ethiopians see illegal migration as the only escape from violence The Washington Post
July, 2022 Communicating and connecting as a refugee Translators without Borders
July, 2022 Doing Research as if Participants Mattered Global Policy
July, 2022 Doing No (Digital) Harm By Design In Humanitarian Technology Interventions CHA
July, 2022 Africa is so rich in farmland – so why is it still hungry? Oxfam
July, 2022 Take it from a former diplomat: British support for human rights matters Open Democracy
July, 2022 The UK–Rwanda deal is a crisis of responsibility, not a crisis of migration ODI
July, 2022 IHL in the aftermath of battles and conflicts: what do we want to achieve? ICRC
July, 2022 UK drops out of top performers in Aid Transparency Index for first time Bond
July, 2022 Livelihood and Protection Breakdown in Ethiopia United Against Inhumanity
July, 2022 Sri Lanka’s crisis is not just about the economy, but a long history of discrimination against minority groups The Conversation
July, 2022 El cambio climático como detonante de conflictos armados en África The Conversation
July, 2022 War and Food Insecurity: New Survey Evidence from Ukraine PRIO
July, 2022 Refugee self-reliance in Ghana as a biopolitical instrument rather than a durable solution Refugee Law Initiative
July, 2022 Funding rapid research in a pandemic — what did the research tell us? Elrha
July, 2022 Displaced as data in times of climate crisis: the shrieking silence of disaster-displacement in India EADI Blog
July, 2022 The social glue of a city is key to heat resilience UN Fundation Blog
July, 2022 Three reasons for hope that South Sudan can find peace after 11 years of strife The Conversation
July, 2022 Could an AU force with a fighting mandate solve Mali’s insecurity? African Arguments
July, 2022 Why the UN Security Council must vote for Syria aid access now Refugee Law Initiative
July, 2022 The UN Charter can reconcile idealism and realism Observatory Research Foundation
July, 2022 Sanctions and Food Insecurity in Syria World Peace Foundation
June, 2022 Racism in the humanitarian sector endangers aid workers’ lives bond Blog
June, 2022 The Global South has the power to force radical climate action Al Jazeera
June, 2022 Margie Buchanan-Smith on the importance of being guided by humanitarian principles and sector standards ALNAP Blog
June, 2022 What prospects for aid in 2022 (and beyond)? ODI Blog
June, 2022 Expanding hurricane insurance coverage for individuals in the Caribbean preventionWeb
June, 2022 To beat Africa’s hunger crises, start with long-term planning devex
June, 2022 The evidence grows, but does better humanitarian response follow? Elrha
June, 2022 The Human Rights Complexities of Migration in Africa African Law Matters
June, 2022 Gendered impacts of armed conflict and implications for the application of IHL ICRC Blog
June, 2022 Of Borders and Hypocrisy: The Very Thin Line Between Protection and Expulsion Refugee Law Initiative
June, 2022 With all eyes on Ukraine, is humanitarian support to the Horn of Africa crisis missing in action? ODI blog
June, 2022 Taking climate security forward in the OSCE sipri blog
June, 2022 Aide humanitaire : « Le consensus européen à l’épreuve de la guerre en Ukraine Le Télégramme
June, 2022 Seeking Safety Is A Human Right. We Must Uphold It For Refugees United Nations Foundation Blog
June, 2022 Ukraine war: why popular resistance is a big problem for Russia The Conversation
June, 2022 'We were ready’— learning from Ukraine’s locally led response devex
June, 2022 Afghanistan under Taliban 2.0: Revisiting its humanitarian crisis Observatory Research Foundation
June, 2022 Myanmar: Coup, COVID-19, and the ongoing economic crisis Observatory Research Foundation
June, 2022 Another Humanitarian (and Political) Crisis in Somalia in 2022 Tufts University
June, 2022 All time highs: The Global Report on Food Crises 2022 bond
June, 2022 The Human Right to Food, Freedom from Hunger, and SDG 2: Global Food Crisis and Starvation Tactics from the Russian Invasion of Ukraine EJIL: Talk!
June, 2022 Rising commodities prices driven by the Russia-Ukraine crisis threaten to undermine Kenya’s economy, increase poverty ifpri
June, 2022 Climate change implications for the humanitarian sector: A presentation by Dr Robert Glasser Centre for Humanitarian Action
June, 2022 From operations to offices and everything in between: The urgent need for a green humanitarian system Humanitarian Advisory Group
June, 2022 The Logic of Protection Approaches GPPi
June, 2022 Ethiopia’s complicated barriers to peace African Arguments
June, 2022 The protests in Sri Lanka: An alternative perspective Global South Development
June, 2022 Digital feast and famine: Digital technologies and humanitarian law in food security, starvation and famine risk World Peace Foundation
June, 2022 Promoting anti-racist narratives in development sector research From Poverty to Power
June, 2022 Sri Lanka’s ‘picturesque’ protests Al Jazeera
June, 2022 The violent, hopeful world of children who smuggle people openDemocracy
June, 2022 Violence and Bordering on the Margins of the State: A View from South Africa and the Southern Border of Spain Border Criminologies
June, 2022 Taliban’s unending crackdown on Afghan female journalists Observatory Research Foundation
June, 2022 The volunteers risking their lives to secretly educate Afghanistan’s girls Open Democracy
June, 2022 The UK’s development strategy fails to confront the world’s biggest crises bond
June, 2022 Left behind: reparations and assistance for families of missing and disappeared persons ICRC Blog
June, 2022 Giving refugees money instead of stuff can lead to price gouging – but it doesn’t have to The Conversation
June, 2022 Mutilación genital femenina: la lacra que no cesa The Conversation
June, 2022 ‘The more European you are, the more we care’: Why the UK Government Needs to Change its Attitude towards Humanitarian Aid Global Policy Journal
June, 2022 Ukraine Crisis: why you should donate for humanitarian logistics in the construction sector rather than sending supplies. Humlog Blog
May, 2022 How Not to End Mass Starvation World Peace Foundation
May, 2022 Childcare is a critical need for women refugees. It must be made a priority The New Humanitarian
May, 2022 Gender equality for resilience and peacebuilding sipri blog
May, 2022 Why Is Russia Being So Brutal in Ukraine? GPPi blog
May, 2022 Pets and Humanitarian Borders PRIO Blog
May, 2022 Farming with variability: mobilising responses to drought uncertainties in Zimbabwe Zimbabweland
May, 2022 Living between droughts and floods: Differentiated impacts of co-located hazards in Gujarat, India Zimbabweland
May, 2022 Implementing Objective 1 GCM in Africa: to what extent are migrants’ personal data protected? Refugee Law Initiative
May, 2022 Social innovations to enhance disaster risk reduction in São Luiz do Paraitinga, Brazil preventionWeb
May, 2022 Recension du livre: La violence au microscope MSF crash
May, 2022 The new UK International Development Strategy doesn't join the dots on conflict bond
May, 2022 African governments must do more to protect citizens caught up in Ukraine’s war The New Humanitarian
May, 2022 Health-Energy-Nexus: How off-grid energy can play a vital role in quality healthcare provision in Sub-Saharan Africa EADi Blog
May, 2022 In the hands of belligerents: status and protection under the Geneva Conventions ICRC Blog
May, 2022 The rights of refugees in Africa are under threat: what can be done The Conversation
May, 2022 Saving lives on migration routes is everyone’s responsibility devex
May, 2022 Chile’s Welcoming Approach to Immigrants Cools as Numbers Rise Migration Policy Journal
May, 2022 Conceptualising EU Returns Governance as ‘Anti-Politics’ Border Criminologies
May, 2022 Local participation: The missing link for climate resilience and conflict resolution? sipri blog
May, 2022 Environmental pathways for peace and reconciliation in Yemen? sipri blog
May, 2022 The Climate and Environment Charter for Humanitarian Organizations, one year on ICRC Blog
May, 2022 Climate change is devastating the Global South Al Jazeera
May, 2022 Well-designed triggers support decision-making for anticipatory action prevention Web
May, 2022 Dams as disasters: Are the dams in Arunachal Pradesh aggravating flood damages in Assam? prevention Web
May, 2022 Lessons for Ukraine from the Rohingya crisis: even sympathetic communities can lose their enthusiasm for hosting refugees The Conversation
May, 2022 Peacekeeping in South Sudan: it’s a race against time for the UN The Conversation
May, 2022 Return of Military coups in Africa threatens Democratic gains achieved in past decades blISS
May, 2022 Flood Risk For South Sudan’s 2022 Rainy Season Centre for Humdata
May, 2022 Sharing data between humanitarian actors and donor governments Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
May, 2022 Collateral damage from the use of indirect fire in populated areas – can it be avoided? ICRC Blog
May, 2022 Almost halfway to 2030: re-making the case for the SDGs Bond
May, 2022 Putin’s Blood Trail from Syria to the Ukraine: Western Failures in the Face of Power-Play, Propaganda and De-humanization PRIO Blogs
May, 2022 Giving people money with no strings attached is good for their health, dozens of studies indicate The Conversation
May, 2022 The role of National Governments in delivering Humanitarian-Development-Peace nexus approaches: a reflection on current challenges and the way forward ISS Blog blISS
May, 2022 How do we govern metropolitan areas in the Age of Emergencies? LSE Blog
April, 2022 Stateless Ukrainians: No nationality and now, no home Al Jazeera
April, 2022 How do IHL and Islamic law protect and ensure humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan? ICRC Blog
April, 2022 War in Ukraine is pushing global acute hunger to the highest level in this century The Conversation
April, 2022 South Africa’s COVID relief measures mostly excluded refugees: a neglect of duty The Conversation
April, 2022 Sudan’s Path of Hunger World Peace Foundation
April, 2022 Ukrainian Women Engage in Resistance and Should Be in the Peace Talks: New Survey Evidence PRIO Blog
April, 2022 The cruelty of containment: how the world’s wealthiest states are using inhumane and illegal methods to undermine the right to asylum United Against Inhumanity
April, 2022 Authoritarians are going to war, are we doing enough to hold them accountable? United Against Inhumanity
April, 2022 Europe’s Border Crimes: Bridging the Impunity Gap for the Enforced Disappearance of Migrants in the Mediterranean Graveyard Border Criminologies
April, 2022 Where crises multiply risks, women multiply solutions devex
April, 2022 A geographer explains how satellites give an important—but partial—picture of the war in Ukraine Fast Company
April, 2022 Afghanistan: Economic warfare displaces armed conflict as the core threat to survival Atlas of wars and conflict in the world
April, 2022 Embracing grey areas: improving social assistance in protracted crises IDS Blog
April, 2022 Big push or hard pushed: livelihoods support in protracted crises IDS Blog
April, 2022 Desperately seeking climate science translators: the humanitarian community urgently needs a new profession preventionWeb
April, 2022 Creating, not fixing: A new financing paradigm for Africa Development Initiatives Blog
April, 2022 El Salvador: A state of emergency indeed Al Jazeera
April, 2022 How organizations can apply human-centered design in crisis response devex
April, 2022 El deterioro profundo del Perú Ojo Público
April, 2022 The Sri Lankan crisis: A saga of cheques and balances Observatory Research Foundation
April, 2022 Russian citizens under threat from within: The increasing repression of anti-war voices in Russia blISS
April, 2022 A Popular Uprising Can Oust Putin PRIO Blog
April, 2022 On the anti-war movement in Russia: from street protests to guerrilla activism COMPAS Blog
April, 2022 War in the breadbasket: Hunger and the humanitarian fallout from the war in Ukraine sipri Blog
April, 2022 How talking about ‘humanity’ and not ‘crisis’ can aid all refugees right now The New Humanitarian
April, 2022 Human mobility in times of climate crisis NCHS Blog
April, 2022 Clause 11, Nationality and Borders Bill: Why Two-Tier Refugee Status is a Bad Idea Refugee Law Initiative
April, 2022 COVID in Afghanistan: low vaccine coverage and a crumbling health system could trigger a humanitarian crisis The Conversation
April, 2022 Transitioning nowhere: Burkina Faso’s coup d’état ROAPE Blog
April, 2022 Ethiopia’s “humanitarian truce” and its cycle of empty promises African Arguments
April, 2022 Migration as a polarizing issue on social media Protect
April, 2022 Ukraine war accelerates climate emergencies in Horn of Africa Al Jazeera
April, 2022 Women’s War PRIO Blog
April, 2022 The Russian invasion shows how digital technologies have become involved in all aspects of war The Conversation
April, 2022 Is Russia committing genocide in Ukraine? A human rights expert looks at the warning signs The Conversation
April, 2022 En français: Quels défis humanitaires pose l’évolution de la crise ukrainienne ? IRIS
April, 2022 The systemic impacts of the war in Ukraine: a triple shock ODI Blog
March, 2022 Cautious reception of Ethiopia’s humanitarian truce in Tigray devex
March, 2022 Displacement diplomacy: five ways to improve policy and practice on internal displacement in Africa ICRC Blog
March, 2022 Border communities in Nigeria continue to remain unsafe: Are border security forces to blame? blISS
March, 2022 How women have led local humanitarian responses during Covid-19 ODI Blog
March, 2022 Development Studies and the Manufacturing of Consent EADi Blog
March, 2022 Is OIC silently endorsing the suppression of Uyghur Muslims? Observatory Research Foundation
March, 2022 The EU should treat all refugees like it is treating Ukrainians The New Humanitarian
March, 2022 Agents of change or agents of continuity? Gender and conflict in Ukraine Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies Blog
March, 2022 Why is Europe suddenly so interested in helping refugees? Al Jazeera
March, 2022 A food crisis was brewing even before the Ukraine war – but taking these three steps could help the most vulnerable The Conversation
March, 2022 Racist Europe – Ukraine, human rights & the wretched of the earth ROAPE Blog
March, 2022 Ukrainian Refugees in Poland: The Festival of Help and the Government’s Reluctance to Act Border Criminologies
March, 2022 Mental Health and the Politics of Exhaustion in the UK Asylum Process Border Criminologies
March, 2022 Intensifying Everyday Cruelties in the UK Asylum System: An Analysis Based on Sudanese People’s Experience Border Criminologies
March, 2022 The European Union Humanitarian Aid Policy and Migration to Europe: New Challenges, New Commitments Border Criminologies
March, 2022 Why Europe Must Still Act: The Aegean Islands as a Laboratory for European Border Policies Border Criminologies
March, 2022 Movements, Mobilities and the Politics of Exhaustion in Europe During Covid-19 Border Criminologies
March, 2022 Humanitarian corridors could help civilians safely leave Ukraine – but Russia has a history of not respecting these pathways The Conversation
March, 2022 From cyber attacks to bot farms: The top tech threats humanitarians face in Ukraine The New Humanitarian
March, 2022 Ukraine: the UK is failing to meet its obligations under the 1951 Refugee Convention The Conversation
March, 2022 Humanitarian implications of sanctions to end the war in Ukraine ISS Blog - blISS
March, 2022 Accent and language diversity within international aid workplaces Devpolicy
March, 2022 The Houthi Attacks Against the UAE: Rules of Conflict and International Law of State Responsibility EJIL: Talk!
March, 2022 A Spark in the Midst of Darkness World Peace Foundation
March, 2022 (Un)learning EU development policy through post-colonial lenses EADi Blog
March, 2022 Six women from the Asia and Pacific region leading the way in Disaster Risk Reduction preventionWeb
March, 2022 Mental Health and the Politics of Exhaustion in the UK Asylum Process Border Criminologies
March, 2022 Intensifying Everyday Cruelties in the UK Asylum System: An Analysis Based on Sudanese People’s Experience Border Criminologies
March, 2022 The European Union Humanitarian Aid Policy and Migration to Europe: New Challenges, New Commitments Border Criminologies
March, 2022 Why Europe Must Still Act: The Aegean Islands as a Laboratory for European Border Policies Border Criminologies
March, 2022 Movements, Mobilities and the Politics of Exhaustion in Europe During Covid-19 Border Criminologies
February, 2022 People on the Move in the Face of War in Ukraine PRIO Blog
February, 2022 How Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will worsen global hunger The New Humanitarian
February, 2022 Forced displacement from Ukraine: notes on humanitarian protection and durable solutions Refugee law Initiative
February, 2022 Two ways the humanitarian system should harness global solidarity with Ukraine ODI Blog
February, 2022 Putin’s aggression in Ukraine and its humanitarian consequences NCHS Blog
February, 2022 “A ‘Diplomatic Solution’ to the Ukraine Crisis” Global Policy Journal
February, 2022 “Only Ukrainians, not Blacks”: Fleeing African students face racism African Arguments
February, 2022 En français: Poutine, les Ukrainiens, et le droit d’asile IRIS
February, 2022 Afghanistan’s humanitarian crisis: The politics of the looming disaster Observatory Research Foundation
February, 2022 Local government budget delays are impeding Nepal’s COVID-19 response devpolicy blog
February, 2022 IPCC report: how politics – not climate change – is responsible for disasters and conflict The Conversation
February, 2022 ‘Hypervulnerability’ Through Adapted Asylum Procedures During Covid-19 In Belgium Border Criminologies
February, 2022 From Civic to Autonomous Solidarity: How Grassroots Initiatives in Brussels Reorganised Accommodation for Migrants in Transit During the Covid-19 Pandemic Border Criminologies
February, 2022 Ukraine refugees: how displacement could impact farms and families in the UK COMPAS
February, 2022 Many Russians don’t want this war. The Left must unite to oppose it OpenDemocracy
February, 2022 Condemnation of Russia’s invasion isn’t enough – Ukraine needs stronger European support now ODI Blog
February, 2022 Putin is a war criminal and should be treated as such Al Jazeera
February, 2022 We Need to Talk about World Peace World Peace Foundation
February, 2022 En Español:¿Qué significa la guerra entre Rusia y Ucrania para América Latina? Democracia Abierta
February, 2022 In this age of climate crisis, humanitarians need to learn to love tech The New Humanitarian
February, 2022 En Español:Movilidad y confinamiento: La construcción de una frontera humanitaria en México Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
February, 2022 In Bruges: the enduring relevance of IHL and the updated Commentaries ICRC Blog
February, 2022 Rethinking Transactional Sex in Humanitarian Settings: Reflections for the way forward ISS Blog blISS
February, 2022 India's pathways to adaptation and resilience preventionWeb
February, 2022 South Sudan needs elections. Here’s a clear plan for how they can happen. African Arguments
February, 2022 An Alarm Signal for Democracy Global Policy Journal
February, 2022 Psychological Disorder, Stress and Suicidal Tendency Among Sudanese Refugees in France Border Criminologies
February, 2022 Sudanese Migrants Countering ‘Everyday Violence’ In Brussels: Together We Are Even More Resilient Border Criminologies
February, 2022 Everyday Violence in Informal Camps: Distributing Materials Using the Queue Border Criminologies
February, 2022 Nervous aid workers in Ukraine fear a humanitarian 'disaster' devex
February, 2022 Three scenarios for the Ukraine-Russia crisis Al Jazeera
February, 2022 “Nothing about us, without us!”: Disability inclusion in community-based climate resilient programs. A case study of Indonesia ISS Blog blISS
February, 2022 Give people with disabilities better protection in conflict and crises The New Humanitarian
February, 2022 Northern Institutions Dominate International Development Research: So What? Global Policy Journal
February, 2022 Data Requirements For Anticipatory Action Predictive Analytics Team from The Centre for Humanitarian Data
February, 2022 Somalis in crowded camps on ‘brink of death’ as drought worsens The Guardian
February, 2022 International engagement in Libya is worsening prospects for peace The New Humanitarian
February, 2022 With Australia reopening its borders to tourists, why are thousands of refugees still waiting for entry? The Conversation
February, 2022 Everyday Violence and Resistance in Europe’s ‘Migration Management’ During the Covid-19 Pandemic Border Criminologies
February, 2022 What Happens to Childhood Vaccine Rates in Conflict Zones? This Analysis Found Some Surprises. PRIO Blogs
February, 2022 A new Solferino moment for humanitarians ICRC Blog
February, 2022 The narrative of decolonization of development aid Revista Idees
February, 2022 Localisation only pays lip service to fixing aid’s colonial legacy The New Humanitarian
February, 2022 The New Humanitarian Crisis for Afghans: Access to Asylum Refugee Law Initiative
February, 2022 Tigray needs aid now, with or without the Ethiopian government’s consent African Arguments
February, 2022 To build peace in war-torn Colombia, we need to think smaller devex
February, 2022 Lessons from the DRC’s 10th Ebola epidemic: the people may know best The Conversation
February, 2022 The Legality of Use of Ballistic Missiles on Cities: The Case of Armenia-Azerbaijan Armed Conflict EJIL: Talk!
February, 2022 The ambiguous politics of screening Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
February, 2022 How Detainees Experience and Cope with Time in Immigration Detention Centers Border Criminologies
January, 2022 Implementing Migrant Protection? The UN’s Second Report on the Implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration Protect
January, 2022 It’s 2022 and Decolonising Aid finds itself at a crossroads: which path will you take? bond
January, 2022 Explosive weapons with wide area effects: a deadly choice in populated areas ICRC Blog
January, 2022 Johan Schaar: “What we find is that human rights violations and repression actually increase in countries under sanctions, rather than the opposite... ALNAP
January, 2022 Delivering digital aid when the internet becomes a weapon of war devex
January, 2022 The Forced Displacement of Moroccan Children: Case Study on Spanish Enclaves Refugee Law Initiative
January, 2022 Trauma porn and the commodification of Lebanon’s tragedy The New Humanitarian
January, 2022 ‘We the Helpers’. White Saviourism or a Smart Defence of Aid? Oxfam Blog
January, 2022 Estaciones Migratorias, Torturing Environments, Torturous Spaces Border Criminologies
January, 2022 How emancipatory research can help prevent the misrepresentation of marginalised groups in conflict-prone settings ISS Blog -blISS
January, 2022 WHO head Tedros faces a challenge all humanitarians know well The Conversation
January, 2022 Ukraine: a country wounded by eight years of crisis The Conversation
January, 2022 Make the sky safe again: Ending impunity for drone attacks in Tigray World Peace Foundation
January, 2022 Drone usage in the ‘Global War on Terror’: The need for Justice and Accountability for Afghans United Against Humanity
January, 2022 “Black Holes”: Detention Without Charge and Violations of Human Rights in Italian Detention Centres Border Criminologies
January, 2022 Deniability? Frontex and Border Violence in the EU Refugee Law Initiative
January, 2022 Is America back? Grading one year of global development under Biden devex
January, 2022 Sudan’s revolution enters its second phase: disrupting the state OpenDemocracy
January, 2022 The pandemic is birthing billionaires and killing the poor Al Jazeera
January, 2022 Why climate justice must go beyond borders OpenDemocracy
January, 2022 What does it mean to solve world hunger? Probably not what you think Welt Hunger Hilfe
January, 2022 The forgotten, cascading crisis in Madagascar African Arguments
January, 2022 Syrian refugees in Lebanon need help and protection, not more pressure to leave The New Humanitarian
January, 2022 Markus Enenkel: If disasters can be predicted, acting early is the right thing to do. PreventionWeb
January, 2022 Aid as reparations is misplaced and harmful Shift the Power
January, 2022 Rights of the Defence Non-Existent for Migrants when National Security is Involved? Refugee Law Initiative
January, 2022 Comuna 13: Displacement, conflict and hip-hop COMPAS Blog
January, 2022 Four pathways of climate insecurity: a guide for humanitarians ICRC Blog
January, 2022 Latest aid data: large increase in multilateral loans to poorest countries Development Initiatives
January, 2022 Environmental disasters are fuelling migration — here’s why international law must recognize climate refugees The Conversation
January, 2022 ‘Invisible’ Children of War: Continuing Cycles of Violence Post-Bosnian Genocide SOAS Blog
January, 2022 We need better laws to prosecute atrocities in Syria Al Jazeera
January, 2022 COMPAS recommendations – The best books on migration we read this year COMPAS - Centre on Migration Policy and Society
January, 2022 A glimpse of hope for the future: Protests and emotion in Sudan's Mawkib CMI Blog
January, 2022 COVID-19 policies need to be inclusive of undocumented people Al Jazeera
January, 2022 Myanmar doctors’ ethical dilemma pushed me to examine my own The New Humanitarian
January, 2022 The Ethiopian Civil War: Untangling domestic and international repercussions Observatory Research Foundation
January, 2022 Why understanding the history of Donor Governments changes the way we think about aid From Poverty to Power
January, 2022 Enhancing Warnings to Stop Disasters Psychology Today
January, 2022 Ten humanitarian crises and trends to watch in 2022 The New Humanitarian
December, 2021 Afghanistan: Beyond humanitarian relief Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
December, 2021 The dilemma of international aid in occupied land: A shift towards locally led development in Palestine Humanitarian Advisory Group
December, 2021 Why the Burhan-Hamdok deal will not stabilise Sudan Al Jazeera
December, 2021 Saudi-France Pact to Fix Lebanon's Crisis will Collapse Unless Iran’s Influence is First Curbed Global Policy Journal
December, 2021 The Danger of Digitalizing Aid Project Syndicate
December, 2021 Little joy for many migrants and refugees this festive season Al Jazeera
December, 2021 Localisation Re-imagined: Fertilising the soil of state-led solution ALNAP
December, 2021 End the tokenism. Give refugees a voice on our own futures The New Humanitarian
December, 2021 How news coverage influences countries’ emergency aid budgets – new research The Conversation
December, 2021 The pandemic forced peacebuilders to change the way they work LSE Blogs
December, 2021 Here's how to stop global aid from being so condescending devex
December, 2021 Breaking the evaluation rule book: how do we learn in the midst of a global pandemic? ALNAP
December, 2021 Aid policy trends to watch in 2022 The New Humanitarian
December, 2021 Statelessness: Those who do not officially exist have no rights Global Policy Journal
December, 2021 The UN risks a failed drawdown in Congo if it doesn’t listen to civilians The New Humanitarian
December, 2021 INGO Research for Impact: a Conversation with Save the Children Oxfam Blog
December, 2021 The evacuation of judges and the future of justice in Afghanistan The evacuation of judges and the future of justice in Afghanistan
December, 2021 Climate migration will worsen the brutality in the Mediterranean Al Jazeera
December, 2021 The missing link? Why diverse and inclusive leadership is key for innovation ALNAP
December, 2021 The Global Compact on Refugees: The bumpy road of a social norm in development Refugee Law Initiative
December, 2021 Fundamental tensions and productive instability: The refugee definition of the 1951 Refugee Convention at 70 through a queer theory lens Refugee Law Initiative
December, 2021 Seen but not heard The Busara Blog
November, 2021 Excluding the disabled in climate disaster response is an embarrassment The New Humanitarian
November, 2021 How Getting Organized has helped Mitigate the Impact of COVID-19 on People with Disabilities Oxfam Blog
November, 2021 Exploring how people with disabilities have experienced the Covid-19 crisis IDS Blog
November, 2021 All too-often, indigenous women with disabilities are invisible Prevention Web Blog
November, 2021 Sexual violence in armed conflict: the historical limits of humanitarian action and the ICRC in the 20th Century ICRC Blog
November, 2021 Keeping Africans out: Injustice following wilful neglect and the politicization of Covid-19 measures ISS Blog
November, 2021 Some steps for decolonising international research-for-development partnerships EADi Blog
November, 2021 Mass atrocities in Ethiopia expose the limitations of early warning tools The Conversation
November, 2021 1 in 8 Children Are at Risk of Being Recruited by Armed Actors PRIO Blogs
November, 2021 The Case of Khlaifia 2011-2021: 10 years of human rights violations in Italian hotspots Border Criminologies
November, 2021 There are a billion reasons Elon Musk is not going to end world hunger The New Humanitarian
November, 2021 Afghanistan’s upheaval is no excuse to ignore local aid promises The New Humanitarian
November, 2021 The Changing Face of Aid Oxfam Blog
November, 2021 Driving change in quality funding with improved transparency Development Initiatives
November, 2021 It is high time we start preparing for future pandemics Al Jazeera
November, 2021 Can Ethiopia avert deepening turmoil and prioritise peace? Al Jazeera
November, 2021 Living with co-located hazards: reimagining preparedness under climate extremes IDS Blog
November, 2021 Climate Resilience and Conflict: Multi-stakeholder Partnerships As A Way Forward? PRIO Blog
November, 2021 Attachments and the arc of refugee protection: a legal perspective University of Bergen
November, 2021 Localising advocacy on refugee rights and protection in Turkey HPG Blog
November, 2021 Solidarity can overcome this pandemic devex
November, 2021 Technologies of Expulsion: Rethinking Refugees’ Carceral Economies Beyond Surveillance Border Criminologies
November, 2021 What happened at Wunlit? Reliving South Sudan's most successful peace conference Rift Valley Institute
November, 2021 As a nurse in Somalia, I know we need vaccines. Where are they? African Arguments
November, 2021 How do communities think we should be measuring success? ALNAP
November, 2021 Religion once unified Ethiopia. It can again. African Arguments
November, 2021 What’s Stopping Aid from putting Local People and Organizations First? Answers from a Global Conversation Global Policy Journal
November, 2021 Dear USAID; let’s make sure that “local” really means “local” Bond Blog
November, 2021 Why do donors differ? Devpolicy Blog
November, 2021 Proximate ‘human shields’ and the challenge for humanitarian organizations ICRC Blog
November, 2021 Relocating asylum seekers or paying someone else to do it for you? Protect Blog
November, 2021 Refugees in the media: how the most commonly used images make viewers dehumanise them The Conversation
November, 2021 COP 26: The climate conference that failed the South Welt Hunger Hilfe Blog
November, 2021 The Case for Chinese Foreign Aid Project Syndicate
November, 2021 The aid sector needs to go green. Here’s why. The New Humanitarian
November, 2021 The transfer of weapons to fragile states through the European Peace Facility: Export control challenges sipri Blog
November, 2021 What can the UN do for Afghanistan now? Al Jazeera
November, 2021 Why is inclusion of older people still a weakness of the Humanitarian Sector? Humanitarian Practice Network
November, 2021 A disaster relief insurance system shows how well international alliances can work – new research The Conversation
November, 2021 What Do We Know About State-Civil Society Engagement for Women, Peace and Security in the UN Security Council? PRIO Blogs
November, 2021 Mozambique: The farmers navigating conflict, climate change and Covid African Arguments
November, 2021 The Dilemma for Humanitarian Principles and the Taliban Centre for Humanitarian Leadership
November, 2021 Opinion: It's time for a Global Fund for displacement Devex
November, 2021 Migration Insecurity in the Táchira (Venezuela) - Norte De Santander (Colombia) Border Border Criminologies
November, 2021 Tigray is starving, it is time for the UN to act Al Jazeera
November, 2021 The three key mistakes UN must avoid in search for peace in Ethiopia The Conversation
November, 2021 Pakistan needs a refugee compact to support Afghans Devex
November, 2021 Traditional approaches to aid and development are failing us. It's time to invest in community-driven change From Poverty to Power
November, 2021 An uncomfortable truth? Religious diversity reality in most humanitarian settings IDS Blog
November, 2021 How humanitarians must adapt now to climate change ODI Blog
November, 2021 Los países más golpeados por la crisis climática en Latinoamérica Democracia Abierta
November, 2021 How migrants and asylum seekers in Libya lost faith in foreign aid Borders Criminologies
October, 2021 It's time to pivot from war aid to climate aid The New Humanitarian
October, 2021 A plea for COP26: don't forget people affected by conflict ICRC Blog
October, 2021 What did billions in aid to Afghanistan accomplish? 5 questions answered The Conversation
October, 2021 General al-Burhan: Illegitimate, Unpatriotic, Untrustworthy, and Not a Leader World Peace Foundation
October, 2021 Sudan's self-coup and four factors that will determine what comes next African Arguments
October, 2021 Diaspora humanitarianism in complex crises: the case of Lebanon Humanitarian Advisory Group
October, 2021 COP 26: Africa is not a single static data point African Arguments
October, 2021 Millions of people were evacuated during disasters last year - another rising cost of climate change The Conversation
October, 2021 Internally displaced children in Nigeria need more protection from the State The Conversation
October, 2021 Human Insecurity: Climate, Health, and COVID-19 in Rural South Asia SOAS Blog
October, 2021 Analysing access to healthcare for refugees and migrants ("mixed migrants") in South Africa and Kenya: protective laws and progressive policies clashing with daily reality Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2021 Frontex: An EU agency gone rogue? Euobserver
October, 2021 The inhumane futility of border policing Al Jazeera
October, 2021 The role of communities in delivering data to leave no one behind Development Initiatives
October, 2021 How Covax failed on its promise to vaccinate the world The Bureau of Investigative Journalism
October, 2021 Whose Suffering Matters? Boston Review
October, 2021 Addressing the inhumanity of internal displacement United Against Inhumanity
October, 2021 How to achieve full decolonization New Internationalist
October, 2021 The World Health Organization is not powerful or independent enough to deal with pandemics LSE Blogs
October, 2021 How to strengthen the IMF's effectiveness in fragile and conflict-affected states ODI Blog
October, 2021 How to design research to make sure that Humanitarian Innovation gets scaled up? From Poverty to Power
October, 2021 The nature-security nexus and the UN Security Council Humanitarian Law and Policy
October, 2021 Reducing disaster risk in the face of a changing climate: it's time to share the limelight Humanitarian Advisory Group
October, 2021 El riesgo de no tomar en serio los desastres El País
October, 2021 Unlocking satellite technology for humanitarian crises devex
October, 2021 Dear diary, today the UK took $200m away from the most marginalised African Arguments
October, 2021 European NGOs still dance to the tune of their interlocutors – but this might be changing ISS Blog blISS
October, 2021 The West and the Taliban can find common ground on aid Al Jazeera
October, 2021 Afghan Women’s Bodies and the Politics of National Identity Oxford COMPAS
October, 2021 COVID-19 vaccine mandates should avoid colonial and controlling pitfalls The New Humanitarian
October, 2021 Circles of impunity: why sexual violence by humanitarians and peacekeepers keeps happening The Conversation
October, 2021 How we helped investigators in the WHO sex abuse probe The New Humanitarian
October, 2021 Sexual abuse during humanitarian operations still happens. What must be done to end it The Conversation
October, 2021 Impunidad y silencio rodean las desapariciones en la frontera Pacifista
October, 2021 How Uganda’s Covid aid missed the poorest but reached others African Arguments
October, 2021 Social protection and COVID-19 – the emerging story of what worked where… and what it all means for future crises https://oxfamapps.org/fp2p/social-protection-and-covid-19-the-emerging-story-of-what-worked-where-and-what-it-all-means-for-future-crises/
October, 2021 Inside new refugee camp like a ‘prison’: Greece and other countries prioritize surveillance over human rights The Conversation
October, 2021 Spain’s “Most Progressive Government”? Strategies of Deterrence, Policies of Death.”? Refugee Rights Europe
October, 2021 Denmark leading the race to the bottom: Hostility as a form of migration control Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2021 Mental Health Reforms in Lebanon During the Multifaceted Crisis Arab Reform Initiative
October, 2021 Before Kabul, a Yemeni city was taken over by Al Qaeda. This is its story OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 War devastates the lives of children: what the research tells us, and what can be done The Conversation
October, 2021 Billions pledged and awareness raised, but UN food summit fails to heal divisions The New Humanitarian
October, 2021 Pandemic watchdog: how vigilant Nigerian civil society organisations tracked graft, discrimination and human rights abuse LSE Blog
October, 2021 Southeast Asia’s New COVID-19 Wave: A Test for ASEAN’s External Partners’ Commitments Global Policy Journal
October, 2021 Risks Associated With Humanitarian Data Sharing With Donors GPPi
October, 2021 How control of data is making international aid agencies so powerful Development Initiatives
October, 2021 For many Haitian migrants, journey to Texas started online Associated Press News
October, 2021 Risk dumping in field research: some researchers are safer than others EADi Blog
October, 2021 The Global North Is Closing Its Doors to Migration World Politics Review
October, 2021 Supercamp: The Middle East as a Regional Zone of Containment CMI Blog
October, 2021 Uganda’s doors will remain open to refugees Al Jazeera
October, 2021 The deadly political game being played at the EU’s eastern border OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 Authoritarian, corrupt, and more of the same. Lebanon has a new government Open Democracy
October, 2021 Examining the gendered impacts of cash transfers on migration in Mali IFPRI Blog
October, 2021 The world watches as Abiy loses it — and risks losing Ethiopia, too. World Peace Foundation
October, 2021 Why are you a Refugee? Afghans and the US Identity Database Protect Project
October, 2021 The international community should support Afghanistan Al Jazeera
October, 2021 The Afghan Military Collapsed; but What Happens to its Weapons? Global Policy Journal
October, 2021 The cost of leaving Afghans behind Development initiatives
October, 2021 Multiple Uncertainties: Migration from Afghanistan to Anywhere Oxford COMPAS
October, 2021 Afghanistan needs international support. But what kind? The New Humanitarian
October, 2021 The Temporary Hosting of Evacuated Afghans in Third Countries: Responsibility Sharing or Externalisation? Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2021 Ten Challenges for the UN in 2021-2022 International Crisis Group
October, 2021 The ‘Zoomification’ of Academia: Addressing Risks to Academic Freedom GPPi Blog
October, 2021 Remunerating Researchers from the Global South: A Source of Academic Prostitution? Oxfam Blog
October, 2021 Earthquake expert who advised the Haiti government in 2010: ‘Why were clear early warning signs missed? The Conversation
October, 2021 Afghan women’s rights activists have long been underfunded. This must change OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 Cash and the city: Digital COVID-19 social response in Kinshasa Brookings
October, 2021 Preventing humanitarian crises in Afghanistan after the withdrawal Humanitarian Advisory Group
October, 2021 Yemenis are being starved, and not enough is being done to stop it OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 Afghan migrants’ experiences in Turkey and why it matters now Oxford COMPAS
October, 2021 Border Externalization to West Africa: Three Logics of Border Security Technologies Border Criminologies
October, 2021 Managing migration through deterrence: an examination of UK policy Refugee Rights Europe
October, 2021 Will having so many disasters happening at the same time affect donations? We asked an expert The Conversation
October, 2021 How Researchers Navigate in Armed Conflict Zones: Some Do’s and Don’ts From Poverty to Power
October, 2021 “Donor-Researchers” and “Recipient-Researchers”: Bridging the Gap between Researchers from the Global North and Global South https://oxfamapps.org/fp2p/donor-researchers-and-recipient-researchers-bridging-the-gap-between-researchers-from-the-global-north-and-global-south/
October, 2021 Racism doesn’t just exist within aid. It’s the structure the sector is built on The Guardian
October, 2021 Biometrics in humanitarian action: a delicate balance ICRC Blog
October, 2021 Haití Cherie: no es mala suerte, es falta de preparación democracia Abierta
October, 2021 Re-Bordering Policies and De-Bordering Practices in Pandemic Times: Offshore Isolation As De Facto Detention Border Criminologies
October, 2021 Afganistán, sin tropas internacionales y con los talibanes en el poder, ¿qué futuro le espera?* iecah
October, 2021 The Fall of Kabul: International Protection in the context of the Armed Conflict and Violence in Afghanistan Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2021 Will the Taliban’s Takeover Lead to a New Refugee Crisis from Afghanistan? Migration Policy Institute
October, 2021 Power & solidarity in humanitarian governance – what aid workers really think CHS Alliance
October, 2021 Why diversity matters for humanitarian negotiation Centre for Humanitarian Leadership
October, 2021 Invisible Voices in the Production of Knowledge: Introducing the Bukavu series Oxfam Blogs - From Poverty to Power
October, 2021 Locally-Led Initiatives in the Nakivale Refugee Settlement: A Pathway to Local Integration for Refugees in Uganda? Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2021 Four years on, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are losing hope Overseas Development Institute
October, 2021 It is past time to call the violence against Rohingya genocide Al Jazeera
October, 2021 ¿Cómo afectará la crisis de refugiados afganos a Latinoamérica? OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 Contingency Planning in the Digital Age: Biometric Data of Afghans Must Be Reconsidered PRIO Blogs
October, 2021 A disgraceful stab in the back of Afghans OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 What two decades of ODI research can tell us about what happens next in Afghanistan Overseas Development Institute
October, 2021 The future is now: artificial intelligence and anticipatory humanitarian action ICRC Blog
October, 2021 Feeling the heat: lessons for humanitarian policymakers and programme planners on adapting to climate change ALNAP
October, 2021 Why did wildfires claim so many lives in Algeria? Al Jazeera
October, 2021 A Call to Support Frontline Humanitarian Negotiators around The Globe Global Policy Journal
October, 2021 Will recent political instability affect Haiti’s earthquake response? We ask an expert The Conversation
October, 2021 Neutrality: principle or tool? Humanitarian Practice Network
October, 2021 Afghanistan and Haiti — 2 countries with too much in common devex
October, 2021 Don’t use girls as justification for bombing Afghanistan, again OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 Women’s rights and the US’s ‘civilising’ mission in Afghanistan Al Jazeera
October, 2021 The Taliban’s conquest of Kabul threatens the lives and safety of girls, women and sexual minorities The Conversation
October, 2021 Humanitarian Biometrics in Yemen: The complex politics of humanitarian technology PRIO Blogs
October, 2021 Tigray: Time for the UN to Report on Attacks on Humanitarian Facilities and Personnel World Peace Foundation
October, 2021 The war in Tigray: the makings of a man-made famine, and what can be done The Conversation
October, 2021 Is the humanitarian sector really using research evidence? elrha
October, 2021 Analysing 6 Years Of Evidence On Localisation: Do We Actually Know Anything About Impact? Humanitarian Advisory Group
October, 2021 Drones and distrust in humanitarian aid ICRC Blog
October, 2021 Humanitarian Biometrics in Yemen: The complex politics of humanitarian technology PRIO Blogs
October, 2021 Can INGOs go national in the Global South without recolonising aid? https://odihpn.org/blog/can-ingos-go-national-in-the-global-south-without-recolonising-aid/
October, 2021 Dispelling the single story humanitarian narrative for Africa Institute of Development Studies Blog
October, 2021 Localisation in Vanuatu: insights from the response to a cyclone Devpolicy Blog
October, 2021 How can we make sure Covid-driven localization in aid endures after the pandemic? From Poverty to Power
October, 2021 What is killing humanitarian aid workers? Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
October, 2021 Including local and national actors in humanitarian open data Development Initiatives
October, 2021 The disturbing rise of the corporate mercenaries OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 What’s wrong with impartiality? The New Humanitarian
October, 2021 Relevant or redundant? The future of the international refugee protection regime Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2021 Afghanistan: The inhumanity must end United Against Inhumanity
October, 2021 Temporary protection as a durable solution for Afghan refugees in Europe? The ‘return turn’ in Northern Europe and its implications for Afghan protracted displacement CMI Blog
October, 2021 Afghanistan: Taliban victory inevitable despite the trillions the US poured in The Conversation
October, 2021 As fighting rages in Afghanistan, health workers are struggling Al Jazeera
October, 2021 No more refugees’ is not the answer to Afghanistan’s displacement crisis The New Humanitarian
October, 2021 What a Year with No Travel Taught Us about the Future of Fieldwork PRIO Blog
October, 2021 Protective by design: safely delivering connectivity as aid ICRC Blog
October, 2021 We need a global treaty on gender-based violence devex
October, 2021 Climate Change and Humanitarian Shelter Psychology Today
October, 2021 Four strategies to reduce disaster risk in fragile and conflict affected contexts Prevention Web
October, 2021 Famine and Ethiopia: colonial legacies and global power structures Review of African Political Economy
October, 2021 De-escalating the War in Ethiopia: Start with the Rhetoric World Peace Foundation
October, 2021 Mujeres y migrantes: el doble riesgo de morir en Colombia Pacifista
October, 2021 Communicating research differently: how a comic strip is bringing the everyday struggles of Somaliland’s Uffo to life ISS Blog - blISS
October, 2021 How to build and maintain trust at the interface of policy and research (and some challenges for NGOs) From Poverty to Power
October, 2021 How to build and maintain trust at the interface of policy and research, insights from a century of boundary spanning LSE Blog
October, 2021 The time of the humanitarian diplomat Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
October, 2021 A call to end the ‘social distancing’ of the sciences – in the COVID-19 era and beyond ISS Blog - blISS
October, 2021 NGO boards don't represent who they serve. That must change devex
October, 2021 Sudan: prisons, jockeys and contraband cars Review of African Political Economy Blog
October, 2021 Is the International Criminal Court going after the wrong people? African Arguments
October, 2021 Do Cease-Fires in Syria Work? We Checked the Data. PRIO Blogs
October, 2021 Criminalising the Right to Seek Asylum Border Criminologies
October, 2021 The violent abuse of migrants at Europe's borders https://refugee-rights.eu/2021/07/02/the-violent-abuse-of-migrants-at-europes-borders/
October, 2021 Humanitarian biometrics in Yemen: The complex politics of humanitarian technology https://www.humanitarianstudies.no/humanitarian-biometrics-in-yemen/
October, 2021 Although shocking, the Rohingya biometrics scandal is not surprising and could have been prevented ODI Blog
October, 2021 Los desplazamientos de personas por violencia en la frontera colombiana causan alerta Democracia Abierta
October, 2021 The international community must not abandon Afghanistan devex
October, 2021 Assessing the risks of civilian harm from military cyber operations during armed conflicts ICRC Blog
October, 2021 The New Plan for Immigration: Empty Measures Against Modern Slavery Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2021 Listen and learn: The link between language and accountability for the future of the Grand Bargain Translators without Borders Blog
October, 2021 Regional military intervention in Mozambique is a bad idea. Here’s why The Conversation
October, 2021 The noise never stops: life in Palestine during the Israeli occupation – a conversation with Rana Shubair ISS Blog - blISS
October, 2021 A Russia UN veto on aid for Syria’s Idlib would be deadly Al Jazeera
October, 2021 Financing peacebuilding ecosystems sipri Blog
October, 2021 The UN’s refugee data shame The New Humanitarian
October, 2021 South Sudan’s other (more hopeful) peace process African Arguments
October, 2021 Research Ethics in Practice Amidst COVID-19: Overcoming Ethical Challenges in Conducting Research with Internally Displaced Afro-Colombian Women in Colombia Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2021 Accountability to affected people: Between the weeds and the clouds Humanitarian Advisory Group Blog
October, 2021 Improving quality humanitarian funding through the Grand Bargain 2.0 ODI Blog
October, 2021 On the 10th anniversary of Syrian refugees in Turkey; challenging the status quo Oxford COMPAS
October, 2021 Why it’s important to see displaced people as more than just ‘refugees’ OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 L’asile, victime collatérale des enjeux sécuritaires ? IRIS Blog
October, 2021 The Everyday Cruelties of the UK Asylum System Border Criminologies
October, 2021 #AbolishFrontex: On World Refugee Day, we call on the EU to end its border regime ISS Blog blISS
October, 2021 Intersecting Crises: Pandemic and Hurricanes Add to Political Instability Driving Migration from Honduras Migration Policy Journal
October, 2021 International development research in the time of COVID Devpolicy blog
October, 2021 The meaning and truth of genocide: reflections following the final decision on genocide and Ratko Mladic World Peace Foundation
October, 2021 Are Women the Solution to Violent Extremism? PRIO Blogs
October, 2021 Virtual Civil Society and Effective Humanitarian Assistance in China during Covid-19 Humanitarian Advisory Group
October, 2021 One Woman’s Journey Through Chinese Atrocities The New York Times
October, 2021 If not us, who? How States – with the help of civil society – can implement the legal framework protecting the environment from armed conflict ICRC Blog
October, 2021 Reflections from Teaching African Development using Decolonial Perspectives at LSE Global Policy journal
October, 2021 The Peripheral Role of the Global Refugee Regime in Southern Africa: Protection Challenges in Urban Spaces Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2021 Moussa Balde: A Chronicle of a Death Foretold Border Criminologies
October, 2021 How Europe’s (anti-)migration policies are fuelling a humanitarian crisis ISS Blog - blISS
October, 2021 Movilidad humana por cambio climático y desastres en América Latina. Informe MOVELAM 2021 iecah blog
October, 2021 Colombia: el paro que no cesa OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 Stranded seafarers: an unfolding humanitarian crisis DevPolicy Blog
October, 2021 How technology can support inclusive risk reduction PreventionWeb Blog
October, 2021 Cultural diversity: the key to humanitarian work IDS Blog
October, 2021 On Coloniality/Decoloniality in Knowledge Production and Societies EADI Blog
October, 2021 The United Nations needs to start regulating the ‘Wild West’ of artificial intelligence The Conversation
October, 2021 Data-driven environmental decision-making and action in armed conflict ICRC Blog
October, 2021 Protecting the environment during armed conflict: IHL and Islamic law ICRC Blog
October, 2021 Palestine and the UN’s ‘responsibility to protect’ doctrine AlJazeera
October, 2021 Ready to go? Conflict sensitivity and the dilemma of returns in South Sudan Conflict Sensitivity Resource Facility
October, 2021 ‘The right to defend oneself’: An utterance with a bloody colonial history OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 Sexual violence in the aftermath of disaster HCRI Blog
October, 2021 The UK aid cuts have been a political & human train wreck so far, but that could/should change From Poverty to Power
October, 2021 Five years on from the World Humanitarian Summit: lots of talk, no revolution ODI Blog
October, 2021 Shining a spotlight on country-based humanitarian reform: have we been looking in the wrong places? Humanitarian Advisory Group
October, 2021 Spaces of Detention at the Greek-Turkish Land Border Border Criminologies blog
October, 2021 When the storm subsides: what happened to grassroots initiatives assisting refugees? ISS Blog - blISS
October, 2021 It is beyond frightening, you tell me: A letter to my Gazan friends Women´s Agenda
October, 2021 Overcoming the disconnect: environmental protection and armed conflicts ICRC Blog
October, 2021 Disasters, climate change and public order: A principled application of regional refugee definitions Refugee Law Initiative
October, 2021 Israel is waging a war on truth in Gaza Al Jazeera
October, 2021 Israeli mobs attacking Palestinians are part of the occupation policy OpenDemocracy
October, 2021 What can we do as Palestine burns? ISS Blog- blISS
October, 2021 Aid agency security is a disaster waiting to happen The New Humanitarian
October, 2021 Are country offices preventing us from decolonising development? bond Blog
October, 2021 The datafication of refugee protection in and beyond the Middle East: A case for digital refugee lawyering Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies Blog
October, 2021 Global Covid death toll 3 times higher than the usual stats suggest, and much more skewed towards poor countries From Poverty to Power
October, 2021 Are humanitarian evaluations fit for purpose? ALNAP Blog
October, 2021 Advocacy in Fragile Contexts EADI Blog
October, 2021 UK civil servants given just days to prepare £2.9bn aid cuts in 2020 The Guardian
October, 2021 Standing together: the Climate and Environment Charter for Humanitarian Organizations ICRC Blog
October, 2021 How Covax failed on its promise to vaccinate the world How Covax failed on its promise to vaccinate the world
September, 2021 Preventing humanitarian crises in Afghanistan after the withdrawal Humanitarian Advisory Group
September, 2021 Managing migration through deterrence: an examination of UK policy Refugee Rights Europe
September, 2021 Border Externalization to West Africa: Three Logics of Border Security Technologies Border Criminologies
September, 2021 Afghan migrants’ experiences in Turkey and why it matters now Oxford COMPASS
September, 2021 Yemenis are being starved, and not enough is being done to stop it OpenDemocracy
September, 2021 Cash and the city: Digital COVID-19 social response in Kinshasa Brookings
September, 2021 Afghan women’s rights activists have long been underfunded. This must change OpenDemocracy
September, 2021 Earthquake expert who advised the Haiti government in 2010: ‘Why were clear early warning signs missed? The Conversation
September, 2021 Remunerating Researchers from the Global South: A Source of Academic Prostitution? Oxfam Blog
September, 2021 The ‘Zoomification’ of Academia: Addressing Risks to Academic Freedom GPPi Blog
August, 2021 What two decades of ODI research can tell us about what happens next in Afghanistan Overseas Development Institute
August, 2021 A disgraceful stab in the back of Afghans OpenDemocracy
August, 2021 Contingency Planning in the Digital Age: Biometric Data of Afghans Must Be Reconsidered PRIO Blogs
August, 2021 It is past time to call the violence against Rohingya genocide Al Jazeera
August, 2021 Four years on, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are losing hope Overseas Development Institute
August, 2021 Migration Locally-Led Initiatives in the Nakivale Refugee Settlement: A Pathway to Local Integration for Refugees in Uganda? Refugee Law Initiative
August, 2021 Invisible Voices in the Production of Knowledge: Introducing the Bukavu series Oxfam Blogs - From Poverty to Power
August, 2021 Why diversity matters for humanitarian negotiation Centre for Humanitarian Leadership
August, 2021 Power & solidarity in humanitarian governance – what aid workers really think CHS Alliance
August, 2021 The Taliban’s conquest of Kabul threatens the lives and safety of girls, women and sexual minorities The Conversation
August, 2021 Women’s rights and the US’s ‘civilising’ mission in Afghanistan Al Jazeera
August, 2021 Don’t use girls as justification for bombing Afghanistan, again OpenDemocracy
August, 2021 Afghanistan and Haiti — 2 countries with too much in common Devex
August, 2021 Neutrality: principle or tool? Humanitarian Practice Network
August, 2021 Will recent political instability affect Haiti’s earthquake response? We ask an expert The Conversation
August, 2021 A Call to Support Frontline Humanitarian Negotiators around The Globe Global Policy Journal
August, 2021 Why did wildfires claim so many lives in Algeria? Al Jazeera
August, 2021 Feeling the heat: lessons for humanitarian policymakers and programme planners on adapting to climate change ALNAP
August, 2021 The future is now: artificial intelligence and anticipatory humanitarian action ICRC Blog
August, 2021 ¿Cómo afectará la crisis de refugiados afganos a Latinoamérica?* OpenDemocracy
August, 2021 ‘No more refugees’ is not the answer to Afghanistan’s displacement crisis The New Humanitarian
August, 2021 As fighting rages in Afghanistan, health workers are struggling Al Jazeera
August, 2021 Afghanistan: Taliban victory inevitable despite the trillions the US poured in The Conversation
August, 2021 Temporary protection as a durable solution for Afghan refugees in Europe? The ‘return turn’ in Northern Europe and its implications for Afghan protracted displacement CMI Blog
August, 2021 Afghanistan: The inhumanity must end United Against Inhumanity
August, 2021 Relevant or redundant? The future of the international refugee protection regime Refugee Law Initiative
August, 2021 What’s wrong with impartiality? The New Humanitarian
August, 2021 The disturbing rise of the corporate mercenaries OpenDemocracy
August, 2021 Including local and national actors in humanitarian open data Development Initiatives
August, 2021 What is killing humanitarian aid workers? Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
July, 2021 How can we make sure Covid-driven localization in aid endures after the pandemic? From Poverty to Power
July, 2021 Localisation in Vanuatu: insights from the response to a cyclone Devpolicy Blog
July, 2021 Dispelling the single story humanitarian narrative for Africa Institute of Development Studies Blog
July, 2021 Can INGOs go national in the Global South without recolonising aid? Humanitarian Practice Network
July, 2021 Humanitarian Biometrics in Yemen: The complex politics of humanitarian technology PRIO Blogs
July, 2021 Drones and distrust in humanitarian aid ICRC Blog
July, 2021 Analysing 6 Years Of Evidence On Localisation: Do We Actually Know Anything About Impact? Humanitarian Advisory Group
July, 2021 Is the humanitarian sector really using research evidence? elrha
July, 2021 The war in Tigray: the makings of a man-made famine, and what can be done The Conversation
July, 2021 Tigray: Time for the UN to Report on Attacks on Humanitarian Facilities and Personnel World Peace Foundation
July, 2021 Humanitarian Biometrics in Yemen: The complex politics of humanitarian technology PRIO Blogs
July, 2021 The time of the humanitarian diplomat Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
July, 2021 How to build and maintain trust at the interface of policy and research, insights from a century of boundary spanning LSE Blog
July, 2021 How to build and maintain trust at the interface of policy and research (and some challenges for NGOs) From Poverty to Power
July, 2021 Communicating research differently: how a comic strip is bringing the everyday struggles of Somaliland’s Uffo to life ISS Blog - blISS
July, 2021 Mujeres y migrantes: el doble riesgo de morir en Colombia Democracia Abierta
July, 2021 De-escalating the War in Ethiopia: Start with the Rhetoric World Peace Foundation
July, 2021 Famine and Ethiopia: colonial legacies and global power structures Review of African Political Economy
July, 2021 Four strategies to reduce disaster risk in fragile and conflict affected contexts Prevention Web
July, 2021 Climate Change and Humanitarian Shelter Psychology Today
July, 2021 Opinion: We need a global treaty on gender-based violence Devex
July, 2021 Protective by design: safely delivering connectivity as aid ICRC Blog
July, 2021 What a Year with No Travel Taught Us about the Future of Fieldwork PRIO Blogs
July, 2021 Although shocking, the Rohingya biometrics scandal is not surprising and could have been prevented ODI Blog
July, 2021 Humanitarian biometrics in Yemen: The complex politics of humanitarian technology Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
July, 2021 The violent abuse of migrants at Europe's borders Refugee Rights Europe
July, 2021 Criminalising the Right to Seek Asylum Border Criminologies
July, 2021 Do Cease-Fires in Syria Work? We Checked the Data. PRIO Blogs
July, 2021 Is the International Criminal Court going after the wrong people? African Arguments
July, 2021 Sudan: prisons, jockeys and contraband cars Review of African Political Economy Blog
July, 2021 Opinion: NGO boards don't represent who they serve. That must change Devex
July, 2021 A call to end the ‘social distancing’ of the sciences – in the COVID-19 era and beyond ISS Blog - blISS
June, 2021 Why the Hazara people fear genocide in Afghanistan Al Jazeera
June, 2021 The UN’s refugee data shame The New Humanitarian
June, 2021 Financing peacebuilding ecosystems sipri Blog
June, 2021 A Russia UN veto on aid for Syria’s Idlib would be deadly Al Jazeera
June, 2021 The noise never stops: life in Palestine during the Israeli occupation – a conversation with Rana Shubair ISS Blog - blISS
June, 2021 Regional military intervention in Mozambique is a bad idea. Here’s why The Conversation
June, 2021 Listen and learn: The link between language and accountability for the future of the Grand Bargain Translators without Borders Blog
June, 2021 The New Plan for Immigration: Empty Measures Against Modern Slavery Refugee Law Initiative
June, 2021 Assessing the risks of civilian harm from military cyber operations during armed conflicts ICRC Blog
June, 2021 The international community must not abandon Afghanistan Devex
June, 2021 Los desplazamientos de personas por violencia en la frontera colombiana causan alerta* Democracia Abierta
June, 2021 #AbolishFrontex: On World Refugee Day, we call on the EU to end its border regime ISS Blog - bLISS
June, 2021 The Everyday Cruelties of the UK Asylum System Border Criminologies
June, 2021 *L’asile, victime collatérale des enjeux sécuritaires? IRIS Blog
June, 2021 Why it’s important to see displaced people as more than just ‘refugees’ OpenDemocracy
June, 2021 On the 10th anniversary of Syrian refugees in Turkey; challenging the status quo COMPAS
June, 2021 Improving quality humanitarian funding through the Grand Bargain 2.0 ODI Blog
June, 2021 Accountability to affected people: Between the weeds and the clouds Humanitarian Advisory Group Blog
June, 2021 Research Ethics in Practice Amidst COVID-19: Overcoming Ethical Challenges in Conducting Research with Internally Displaced Afro-Colombian Women in Colombia Refugee Law Initiative
June, 2021 South Sudan's other (more hopeful) peace process African Arguments
June, 2021 How Europe’s (anti-)migration policies are fuelling a humanitarian crisis ISS Blog - BlISS
June, 2021 Moussa Balde: A Chronicle of a Death Foretold Border Criminologies
June, 2021 The Peripheral Role of the Global Refugee Regime in Southern Africa: Protection Challenges in Urban Spaces Refugee Law Initiative
June, 2021 Reflections from Teaching African Development using Decolonial Perspectives at LSE Global Policy Journal
June, 2021 If not us, who? How States – with the help of civil society – can implement the legal framework protecting the environment from armed conflict ICRC Blog
June, 2021 One Woman’s Journey Through Chinese Atrocities The New York Times
June, 2021 Virtual Civil Society and effective Humanitarian Assistance in China during Covid-19 Humanitarian Advisory Group
June, 2021 Are Women the Solution to Violent Extremism? https://blogs.prio.org/2021/06/are-women-the-solution-to-violent-extremism/
June, 2021 The meaning and truth of genocide: reflections following the final decision on genocide and Ratko Mladic World Peace Foundation
June, 2021 International development research in the time of COVID DevPolicy Blog
June, 2021 Intersecting Crises: Pandemic and Hurricanes Add to Political Instability Driving Migration from Honduras Migration Policy Institute
June, 2021 The right to food and housing for Internally Displaced Persons in Colombia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC): geographical distance does not forcibly mean different situations AfricLaw
June, 2021 Ready to go? Conflict sensitivity and the dilemma of returns in South Sudan Conflict Sensitivity Resource Facility
June, 2021 Palestine and the UN’s ‘responsibility to protect’ doctrine Al Jazeera
June, 2021 Protecting the environment during armed conflict: IHL and Islamic law ICRC Blog
June, 2021 Data-driven environmental decision-making and action in armed conflict ICRC Blog
June, 2021 The United Nations needs to start regulating the ‘Wild West’ of artificial intelligence The Conversation
June, 2021 On Coloniality/Decoloniality in Knowledge Production and Societies EADi Blog
June, 2021 Cultural diversity: the key to humanitarian work IDS Blog
June, 2021 Ria Sen: How technology can support inclusive risk reduction PreventionWeb Blog
June, 2021 Stranded seafarers: an unfolding humanitarian crisis DevPolicy Blog
June, 2021 Colombia: el paro que no cesa Democracia Abierto
June, 2021 Movilidad humana por cambio climático y desastres en América Latina. Informe MOVELAM 2021 IECAH
May, 2021 Disasters, climate change and public order: A principled application of regional refugee definitions Refugee Law Initiative
May, 2021 Overcoming the disconnect: environmental protection and armed conflicts ICRC Blog
May, 2021 It is beyond frightening, you tell me: A letter to my Gazan friends Women's Agenda
May, 2021 When the storm subsides: what happened to grassroots initiatives assisting refugees? ISS Blog - blISS
May, 2021 Spaces of Detention at the Greek-Turkish Land Border Border Criminologies Blog
May, 2021 Shining a spotlight on country-based humanitarian reform: Have we been looking in the wrong places? Humanitarian Advisory Group
May, 2021 Five years on from the World Humanitarian Summit: lots of talk, no revolution ODI Blogs
May, 2021 The UK aid cuts have been a political & human train wreck so far, but that could/should change Oxfam - From Poverty to Power
May, 2021 Sexual violence in the aftermath of disaster Manchester University Blogs
May, 2021 ‘The right to defend oneself’: An utterance with a bloody colonial history Open Democracy
May, 2021 Standing together: the Climate and Environment Charter for Humanitarian Organizations ICRC Blog
May, 2021 UK civil servants given just days to prepare £2.9bn aid cuts in 2020 The Guardian
May, 2021 Global Covid death toll 3 times higher than the usual stats suggest, and much more skewed towards poor countries Oxfam - From Poverty to Power
May, 2021 Advocacy in Fragile Contexts EADi
May, 2021 Are humanitarian evaluations fit for purpose? ALNAP
May, 2021 The datafication of refugee protection in and beyond the Middle East Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
May, 2021 Aid agency security is a disaster waiting to happen The New Humanitarian
May, 2021 Are country offices preventing us from decolonising development? Bond Blog
May, 2021 What can we do as Palestine burns? ISS Blog
May, 2021 Israeli mobs attacking Palestinians are part of the occupation policy OpenDemocracy
May, 2021 Israel is waging a war on truth in Gaza Al Jazeera
May, 2021 When Donors Collide: What Implications for Aid Accountability, Effectiveness and Strategy? Oxfam - From Poverty to Power
May, 2021 COVID is a global humanitarian emergency – act like it The New Humanitarian
May, 2021 Rural livelihoods in the pandemic: notes from Zimbabwe Zimbabweland
May, 2021 Survey: COVID-19 undermines incomes, livelihoods in rural Myanmar IFPRI Blog
May, 2021 Three ways lower-income countries can use new UN guidelines on the taxation of aid ODI Blog
May, 2021 Five things to consider when evaluating cash assistance ALNAP
May, 2021 Preventing the nexus becoming the next fad requires transformational change in the aid system Humanitarian Practice Network
May, 2021 Making responsibility-sharing operational: Comparing asylum and climate governance Rethinking Refuge
May, 2021 Colombia no deja, y no dejará, de marchar Open Democracy Blog
May, 2021 The fallacy of the colonial ‘right to self-defence’ Al Jazeera
May, 2021 La violenta respuesta gubernamental a las protestas provoca una crisis humanitaria en Colombia democraciaAbierta
May, 2021 Not a priority: the lack of contextual understanding in humanitarian missions Humanitarian Practice Network Blog
May, 2021 Hunger Courts and Humanitarian Action in South Sudan World Peace Foundation
May, 2021 Feeding peace sipri Blog
May, 2021 ‘We are Filipinos, we do bayanihan, we help each other’: undocumented migrants in the Netherlands during COVID LSE Blog
May, 2021 Syrian refugees in Scandinavia fear they will be forcibly returned to Syria openDemocracy
May, 2021 India is chipping away at its past generosity towards refugees Refugee Law Initiative
May, 2021 More ticking of boxes won’t make aid more accountable The New Humanitarian
May, 2021 Disasters: looking back at the realities for people caught in conflict and disaster ODI Blog
May, 2021 An Independent Commission for Voices in Crisis: changing the referee instead of changing the game Humanitarian Practice Network
May, 2021 Urban warfare: an age-old problem in need of new solution ICRC Blog
May, 2021 A Forgotten Mission: Monitoring the Ceasefire in Hodeidah, Yemen PRIO Blogs
May, 2021 Shifting the paradigm: Power and responsibility spire
May, 2021 COVID-19 and the ‘collapse’ of the Philippines’ agricultural sector: a double disaster ISS Blog - blISS
May, 2021 Chronicle of a tragedy foretold Observer Research Foundation
May, 2021 COVID in India: the deep-rooted issues behind the current crisis The Conversation
May, 2021 Scientists call for decolonisation of global health funding SOAS Blog
May, 2021 What do we know about Covid-related innovation in poor countries and should aid agencies get involved? Oxfam - From Poverty to Power
May, 2021 COVID-19 and fraying solidarities: reflections after a pandemic year aspiration&revolution - Tanja R. Müller's blog
April, 2021 Documenting health care attacks during conflict eleva
April, 2021 Why do Syrian refugees find it tough to return even though the military conflict has subsided? Observer Research Foundation
April, 2021 A new type of accountability can help restore dignity for Syrians devex
April, 2021 A humanitarian duty to integrity ICRC Blog
April, 2021 Planning for Outer-Space Humanitarianism Psychology Today
April, 2021 Is aid neo-colonial? DevPolicy Blog
April, 2021 Whether or not Kenya closes its camps, much damage has been done Africa Arguments
April, 2021 Can the effects of climatic change predict asylum migration to Europe? PRIO Blogs
April, 2021 Cuts to UK research funding threaten critical human rights projects across the world The Conversation
April, 2021 Biden’s Global COVID-19 Response Tests His Commitment to Racial Equity Global Policy Journal
April, 2021 Could artificial intelligence improve decision-making in refugee cases? OpenDemocracy
April, 2021 Colombia gives nearly 1 million Venezuelan migrants legal status and right to work The Conversation
April, 2021 Could COVAX be used as a test case to demand more aid accountability in South Sudan? The New Humanitarian
April, 2021 Global aid increases in 2020 DevPolicy blog
April, 2021 Pandemic underscores flaws in Nigeria’s farming and food supply chains The Conversation
April, 2021 Sharing the keys to the localization house CDA Collaborative Learnings
April, 2021 Looking for the humanitarian backbone at the top of the United Nations Flesh & Blood: The Blog of Mukesh Kapila
April, 2021 Humanitarian resistance and military dictatorship Humanitarian Practice Network
April, 2021 Double trouble: floods and COVID-19 have merged to pose great danger for Timor-Leste The Conversation
April, 2021 Biden’s anti-migrant ‘surge’ Al Jazeera
April, 2021 “New” and “Old” Refugees Navigate Emerging Political Economic Realities in Lebanon’s Chatila Camp Refugee Law Initiative
April, 2021 Futile hostility: the UK’s migration and asylum approach must change ODI
April, 2021 It’s time to end aid agency child sponsorship schemes The New Humanitarian
April, 2021 COVID-19 in India: an unfolding humanitarian crisis The Conversation
April, 2021 State–INGOs Relationship in Turkey Public Anthropologist
April, 2021 Everyone’s doing stuff but nobody’s accountable – will Grand Bargain 2.0 set us right? Humanitarian Practice Network
April, 2021 Decolonial Humanitarian Digital Governance Berkman Klein Center
April, 2021 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and… Supremacy, Neo-Colonialism, and International Development CDA Collaborative Learnings
April, 2021 What’s wrong with the humanitarian aid system — and how to fix it devex
April, 2021 Migration is a fact of life: we need to build safe cities for everyone Thomson Reuters Foundation
April, 2021 Can a new legal case stop UK arms sales to Yemen? ODI
April, 2021 We know how to cut off the financial valve to Myanmar’s military. The world just needs the resolve to act The Conversation
April, 2021 How implementing Sendai could have saved Beirut Prevention Web
April, 2021 The platformisation of rural Kenya is reshaping the balance of power within agricultural production networks Blog LSE
April, 2021 The ‘fog of war’ . . . and information ICRC Blog
April, 2021 The “disappeared” of Congo-Zaire, 1996-1997. The question of the massacres of Rwandan Hutu refugees in the Democratic Republic of Congo msg crash
April, 2021 The future of humanitarian response is localA Al Jazeera
April, 2021 Why land is important in understanding violent conflict ODI
March, 2021 What can we learn from 200 case studies of ’emergent agency in a time of Covid’? Oxfam Blog - From Poverty to Power
March, 2021 Recognition of Climate refugees: What should be India’s stand? Refugee Law Initiative
March, 2021 Revenge of the nerds: Disaster risk reduction and climate change The New Humanitarian
March, 2021 Siria, en muy malas manos diez años después elDiario.es
March, 2021 Social protection during conflict: reflections on Tigray Institute of Development Studies Blog
March, 2021 Vaccine politics in Zimbabwe Zimbabweland
March, 2021 Stateless and Persecuted: What Next for the Rohingya? Migration Policy Institute
March, 2021 The UK is undoing its good work on international development devex
March, 2021 Doing better without aid: the case of Somaliland Devpolicy Blog
March, 2021 The biggest Yemen donor nobody has heard of The New Humanitarian
March, 2021 5 steps to tackle climate disasters during a pandemic devex
March, 2021 Falling through the cracks: shining a light on adolescent girls in humanitarian emergencies The Conversation
March, 2021 ‘Do-it-yourself development’: the world of citizen aid and what to do about it Oxfam blog - From Poverty to Power
March, 2021 Localisation is here to stay: Lessons from Kenya Development Initiatives
March, 2021 If you want to support, vacate the space CDA Collaborative Learnings
March, 2021 The difficult path to meaningful & decolonized PhDs in Development Studies Aidnography
March, 2021 Food aid and power in Sudan – time for continuity or change? The Conflict Sensitivity Facility
March, 2021 A year on, migrants’ vital contributions to the Covid-19 response must drive lasting reforms ODI Blog
March, 2021 The next UN humanitarian chief should be picked on merit The New Humanitarian
March, 2021 The Job of the World’s Top Humanitarian Official Is Open. Will a Briton Get the Post Again? Passblue
March, 2021 Cashless cash: financial inclusion or surveillance humanitarianism? ICRC Blog
March, 2021 The biggest Yemen donor nobody has heard of The New Humanitarian
March, 2021 Opinion: 5 steps to tackle climate disasters during a pandemic devex
March, 2021 Falling through the cracks: shining a light on adolescent girls in humanitarian emergencies The Conversation
March, 2021 ‘Do-it-yourself development’: the world of citizen aid and what to do about it Oxfam blog - From Poverty to Power
March, 2021 Localisation is here to stay: Lessons from Kenya Development initiatives
March, 2021 If you want to support, vacate the spaced CDA Collaborative Learnings
March, 2021 The difficult path to meaningful & decolonized PhDs in Development Studies aidnography
March, 2021 How humanitarians should consider LGBT+ issues in their work ODI Blog
March, 2021 When throwing evidence and facts is not enough. How Change Happens in the Humanitarian System Oxfam Blog - From Poverty to Power
March, 2021 The case against cash The New Humanitarian
March, 2021 A Road Paved with Thorns: Access to Justice for Women in Conflict Areas in Darfur African Arguments
March, 2021 The Jubbaland Project and the Transborder Ogadeen LSE Conflict Research Programme
March, 2021 The way out of Somalia’s political impasse Al Jazeera
March, 2021 What’s behind the protests and unrest in Somalia? African Arguments
March, 2021 The grand scheme: power and politics in the climate crisis ICRC Humanitarian Law & Policy Blog
March, 2021 It’s 2am, you’re sleeping, and a flash flood hits your home. Without a warning system, what do you do? The Conversation
March, 2021 The people’s edition: 10 crises to watch in 2021 The New Humanitarian
March, 2021 Let’s talk about it: embedding research communication in transformative research ISS Blog blISS
March, 2021 Game-changing finance: three ways to ‘build back better’ in sub-Saharan Africa ODI Blog
March, 2021 Humanitarian engagement in social protection: implications for principled humanitarian action ICRC Humanitarian Law & Policy Blog
March, 2021 The legal implications of humanitarian aid blockades The Conversation
March, 2021 Humanitarians need to pick up the pace ALNAP
March, 2021 Myanmar: The Rohingya question in the current coup Observer Research Foundation
March, 2021 Survey: Covid-19 exacerbates hunger Welt Hunger Hilfe
March, 2021 From Ethiopia’s Tigray region to Yemen, the dilemma of declaring a famine World Peace Foundation
March, 2021 Blood and Water: Personal Reflections on Ethiopia’s Humanitarian Crisis United Against Inhumanity
March, 2021 With Myanmar’s military back in full control, Rohingya refugees need long-term solutions ODI Blog
March, 2021 COVID-19 in the Brazilian Amazon: forging solidarity bonds against devastation ISS Blog blISS
March, 2021 Win-win: Designing climate change projects for effective anti-corruption in Bangladesh Oxfam Blog - From Poverty to Power
March, 2021 Build Back Better for Whom? How Neoliberalism (Re)creates Disaster Risks Current Affairs
March, 2021 Ethiopian government must allow full humanitarian access to Tigray African arguments
March, 2021 We may need more humanitarian bureaucracy, not less ICRC Humanitarian Law & Policy Blog
March, 2021 Hunger deaths aren’t simply about famine or no famine The New Humanitarian
March, 2021 Why do we need further research on internal displacement? Refugee Law Initiative
March, 2021 How Covid could be the 'long overdue' shake-up needed by the aid sector The Guardian
March, 2021 Ten humanitarian crises and trends to watch in 2021 The New Humanitarian
March, 2021 Moving on from 2020, what does a humanitarian reset look like? ODI Blog
March, 2021 The politics of refugee relief: UNRWA and the ongoing funding crisis Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies
March, 2021 Can Biden reverse Trump era “terrorist” designation to save lives in Yemen? United Against Inhumanity
March, 2021 A new disease, a new island, and an uncertain future Asia Democracy Chronicles
March, 2021 In refugee camps, access to internet supports research during the coronavirus pandemic The Conversation
March, 2021 The EU’s new pact on migration: what’s next after all the shock, sadness, and solidarity talk? ISS Blog blISS
March, 2021 The pandemic is no excuse to shut the door on refugee resettlement The New Humanitarian
March, 2021 The Global Compacts on Refugees and for Migration and the Future of Climate Change-Induced Displaced Persons Refugee Law Initiative
March, 2021 Sri Lanka’s returning migrants need more than plane tickets and quarantines openDemocracy
February, 2021 Climate Extremes, Food Insecurity, and Migration in Central America: A Complicated Nexus Migration Policy Institute
February, 2021 Cultural heritage under attack ICRC Blog
February, 2021 Overcoming barriers to grassroots inclusion in peace processes Sipri Blog
February, 2021 Progress made in integration and social inclusion: Objective 16 “Empowerment of migrants and societies to realize full inclusion and social cohesion” in the review process Refugee Law Initiative
February, 2021 In Cameroon’s separatist war, children are the biggest losers The New Humanitarian
February, 2021 Myanmar’s coup might discourage international aid, but donors should adapt, not leave The Conversation
February, 2021 “What if?” Questions with answers for a paradigm shift in the Aid System CDA Collaborative
February, 2021 Foreign Aid Is Having a Reckoning The New York Times
February, 2021 Food and healthcare in war-tornTigray: preliminary insights on what’s at stake The Conversation
February, 2021 How to fix the UK's hunger crisis OpenDemocracy
February, 2021 La nueva caravana hondureña expone el fracaso ante la crisis migratoria democracia Abierta
February, 2021 Risks of SGBV and Trafficking Facing Women on the Move in Italy Refugee Rights Europe
February, 2021 International aid prioritizes the pandemic over peace. But at what cost? United States Institute of Peace
February, 2021 Investing in a localised aid system must not mean stepping back from international assistance Humanitarian Practice Network
February, 2021 Biden can transform the US from a humanitarian laggard into a global leader – here’s how The Conversation
February, 2021 Nothing to Learn from East Asia? Oxfam - From Poverty to Power
February, 2021 Without urgent action, billions will miss out on a COVID-19 vaccine this year devex
January, 2021 As a Tigrayan, my bond with Ethiopia feels beyond repair African Arguments
January, 2021 Refugees Aren't Going Anywhere. We Need Sustainable Solutions Global Policy Journal
January, 2021 The Lipa Crisis: The predictable culmination of a deteriorating emergency Refugee Rights Europe
January, 2021 A ‘Supportive and Catalytic’ Supervisor? UNHCR’S Role in the Global Compact on Refugees Refugee Law Initiative
January, 2021 Gateway Or Barrier? The Contested Politics Of Humanitarian Biometrics Datafication and Digital Rights
January, 2021 Decolonisation is a comfortable buzzword for the aid sector openDemocracy
January, 2021 Corruption and the localisation of humanitarian action Humanitarian Practice Network
January, 2021 Humanitarian innovation: We may fail at this ALNAP
January, 2021 Between myth and mistrust: the role of interlocutors in managing COVID-19 in Haiti ISS Blog - blISS
January, 2021 COVID-19 Vaccination in the Time of Austerity: How and for Whom? Arab Reform initiative
January, 2021 Eritrea in the Tigray war: What we know and why it might backfire African Arguments
January, 2021 Can Zimbabwe survive a second wave of COVID-19? Zimbabweland
January, 2021 After UNAMID: Who will offer protection to civilians and the displaced in Darfur? Tanja Müller´s blog - Aspiration&revolution
January, 2021 El nexo entre la acción humanitaria, el desarrollo y la construcción de la paz: algunas precauciones desdeuna perspectiva humanitaria Institute de Estudios sobre Conflictos y Acción Humanitaria
January, 2021 La importancia de los datos en la acción humanitaria: Un nuevo auge Institute de Estudios sobre Conflictos y Acción Humanitaria
January, 2021 The New Pact on Migration and Asylum: Human Rights challenges to border procedures Refugee Law Initiative
January, 2021 Unpacking the New EU Approach to Asylum and Migration Refugees Studies Centre
January, 2021 Afghanistan: Behind severe humanitarian crisis Observer Research Foundation
January, 2021 A Christmas Message from Afghanistan PRIO Blogs
January, 2021 La acción Humanitarian en 2019-2020: Una agenda condicionada por la pandemia Instituto de Estudios sobre Conflictos y Acción humanitaria
January, 2021 Who are you calling ‘vulnerable’? Muslim women and inclusive humanitarianism ICRC Blog
January, 2021 Outsourcing violence, erasing responsibility at the EU´s borders Refugee Rights Europe
January, 2021 Honduras: La caravana de los damnificados openDemocracy
January, 2021 Disappearing States, Rising Statelessness: The Twin Crises Just Around the Corner Refugee Law Initiative
January, 2021 Who Will Call Out Eritrea’s War Crimes in Tigray? World Peace Foundation
January, 2021 How to decolonise International Development: some practical suggestions Oxfam Blog
January, 2021 The Pandemic and the Planetary Crisis John Barry - Medium
January, 2021 Les agriculteurs contre l’agenda agro-industriel de Modi Le Grand Continent
January, 2021 Vaccines, information and the ongoing crisis of affordability for the urban poor Institute of Development Studies
January, 2021 The state’s failure to respond to COVID-19 in Brazil: an intentional disaster ISS Blog - blISS
January, 2021 Evolving Community Perceptions of COVID-19 in South Sudan Conflict Sensitivity Resource Facility
December, 2020 You can’t rethink humanitarianism without also rethinking the money. Here’s one way to do it. Oxfam Blogs - From Poverty to Power
December, 2020 Independent Review of Individual Donor Assessments in Humanitarian Operations GPPi
December, 2020 GCIII Commentary: I’m a woman and a POW in a pandemic. What does the Third Geneva Convention mean for me? ICRC
December, 2020 The Tigray War Review of African Political Economy
December, 2020 COVID-19 is stifling NGO efforts to promote gender equality when it’s most needed The Conversation
December, 2020 Addressing the needs of forcibly displaced populations during a pandemic: early learnings Elrha
December, 2020 La croissance élitiste : proposition d’un nouvel indice sur les inégalités IRIS
December, 2020 Opinion: Dear global north, please stop calling the rest of us poor devex
December, 2020 It’s time to invest for the 21st century and repurpose humanitarian bureaucracies ODI
December, 2020 Is Covid a window of opportunity for localizing aid? Learning from a natural experiment in the Pacific Oxfam Blog - Form Poverty to Power
December, 2020 Dying to help: A drift towards humanitarian martyrdom The New Humanitarian
December, 2020 Spaces of Transregional Aid and Visual Politics in Lebanon Refugee Outreach & Research Network
December, 2020 Afghanistan and its donors: a critical time devpolicy
December, 2020 What Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis can teach us about Ethiopia devex
December, 2020 Why the third layer of Ethiopia’s conflict may be the most worrying African Arguments
December, 2020 Stop War Crimes in Ethiopia Today World Peace Foundation
December, 2020 The Coldest Cold Chain: Chilling Effects of Covid-19 Vaccines International Health Policies Blog
December, 2020 Poorer countries can’t wait until 2022. The WTO should suspend COVID vaccine patents now LSE 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