Past Events

Camp histories: New studies of Palestinian migrations

This online workshop brought together scholars to ingather emerging work on late nineteenth and twentieth-century social histories of Palestinian migrations.

Humanitarian protection 20 years into the global ‘war on terror’

The NCHS Annual Meeting provided for many productive discussions about the the implications of counterterrorism measures on humanitarian efforts.

Climate change, displacement and resettlement

This online event explored current experiences and future projections on climate-induced resettlement.

Conceptualising im/mobility: Humanitarianism, camps and borders

This two-day workshop examined the humanitarian impacts of Europe’s current approach to immigration.

Paradoxes of protection: The Afghan case

This webinar examined the Afghan protection paradox emerging from the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan and the implications for humanitarian action. 

Addressing conflict-related sexual violence

Hosted by the NCHS, this roundtable discussed how technology and truth commissions can help combat conflict-related sexual violence.

The politics of digital humanitarianism

Hosted by the IFHV, this webinar explored the use of digital technologies and humanitarianism.

Dimensions of power in humanitarian contexts

This NCHS seminar explored power structures in humanitarian contexts, including the role of the technology, large corporations and localisation.

Health care in danger

Hosted by the Norwegian Red Cross, in collaboration with PRIO and the NCHS, this webinar explored how to better protect health care in conflict.

Digital innovation and the future of humanitarian action

This webinar looks into scenario building methods and explores digital innovation and the impact for future humanitarian action through scenario building.