Data protection and biometrics

NGOs and UN agencies have collected personal data of millions of people in the global South. A new ICSC blog explores if this has been done with due prudence?

Launch seminar for new report on migrant vulnerability

Join this seminar on 3 November hosted by the Institute for Social Research to launch the report “Vulnerable protection seekers in Norway: Regulations, Practices and Challenges”.

Conceptualising im/mobility: Humanitarianism, camps and borders

Workshop set to bring together academics to examine the humanitarian impacts of Europe’s current approach to immigration.

Recording of Afghan paradoxes of protection webinar now available

You can now view a recording of our webinar on the Afghan protection paradox emerging from the recent Taliban takeover in Afghanistan.

UN humanitarian aid comes to Syria for another year

This MidEast (PRIO) policy brief examines the flow of UN humanitarian aid to Syria, following the UN Security Council adoption of Resolution 2585 on 9 July 2021.

Migrants dying in the forests on the EU’s eastern borders

This PRIO blog looks at the unfolding humanitarian crisis on the Poland-Belarus border, which continues to claim several lives.

New episode of Talking Humanitarianism out now

Tune in to hear about vulnerability and humanitarian disasters from the perspective of a humanitarian researcher and practitioner

World Conference on Humanitarian Studies program out now

The International Humanitarian Studies Association conference program is out now and the line-up features a few NCHS associates!

How is accountability understood among different humanitarian actors?

You can now view a recording of this discussion examining the argument for broadening the concept of accountability when it comes to humanitarian action

Migration in Sudan: New directions in changing times

In this Bergen Global seminar, three of Sudan’s best-known academics and activists discuss migration into, through, and out of Sudan.