This article interrogates the practice of humanitarian diplomacy by focusing on the history of the Red Cross Movement.
This NCHS paper examines data sharing between humanitarian organisations and donors and provides possible avenues for more responsible data sharing.
This PRIO blog offers comparative reflections on the EU’s response to sudden and large-scale arrivals of people across its borders, in 2015 and now.
A roundtable discussion was held to identify Norway’s role in leading international efforts to protect civilians from explosive weapons, following a recent ICRC report on this issue.
In this blog for Global Policy, Rodrigo Mena and Kristin Bergtora Sandvik examine the use of technology in Ukraine for humanitarian purposes.
Join this seminar hosted by PRIO to examine refugee education, including how refugees are integrated into national education systems and future aspirations for refugee education.
The University of Bergen is hosting a seminar on Tuesday 26 April looking at how law shapes the inclusion and exclusion of refugees and other migrants in Canada and Norway.
Applications are now open for a PhD position in human geography at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Applications close 24 May.
This NCHS paper examines Berlin’s modular housing projects (MUFs) for refugees and argues that this new form of refugee management holds refugees in a permanently marginal position.
With Afghanistan ‘facing a humanitarian catastrophe’, this PRIO blog discusses why the protection of the civilian population demands cooperation with the Taliban.