The photo exhibition “More than the humanitarian gaze: Jørgen Grinde’s photographs from the Middle East in the 1950s” is set to open on 26 January at the University of Bergen.
In this PRIO policy brief, Lise Endregard Hemat, explores why developing artificial intelligence (AI) technology for border control in the EU is a concerning trend.
If you missed the seminar on what the humanitarian borders of Europe are and how they have evolved since 2015, you can now listen to a recording of the discussion.
An overview of NCHS activities for 2022 and the humanitarian events and issues that have shaped the work of the NCHS this year.
The Humanitarian Borders from 2015-2022 project has wrapped up with a successful closing seminar in Oslo earlier this month.
Two new PRIO policy briefs examine the response to the Covid-19 pandemic by Muslim humanitarian organisations in both Pakistan and in Indonesia.
In this latest installment from the Talking Humanitarianism podcast, Ekatherina Zhukova and Long Seng To discuss the role communities play in accessing energy in humanitarian settings.
Two new PRIO policy briefs examine the impact of the Ukraine war on donor priorities, including consequences for recipient communities in the Global South and the role of emerging donors.
New article on ‘pet exceptionalism’ sheds light on new dilemmas raised when refugees are also fleeing with their companion animals.
PRIO, in collaboration with Makerere University and partners, are set to host a workshop in Uganda in June 2023, focusing on the role of local humanitarian actors and their accountability practices.