Talking humanitarianism podcast

In this podcast, you will hear from researchers and practitioners who share their findings and reflections on a range of humanitarian issues from migration, conflict and disaster to health and governance.

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The Talking Humanitarianism podcast series is an initiative of the Research Network on Humanitarian Efforts of the NCHS.

Series 01: Intersecting vulnerabilities in humanitarian disasters

Series 02: Humanitarianism and transitions to a low-carbon future

Episode 09: Humanitarianism in a post-liberal age

Episode 10: Against the humanitarian grain

Series 03: Humanitarianism through the lens of climate resilient development

Episode 15: The ethics of humanitarian neutrality in Syria

Episode 16: Red lines for humanitarian aid in Afghanistan

Episode 17: Principled humanitarian action: Dynamics of good practice

Episode 18: Engaging with the Taliban then and now

Episode 19: Ethics and global distribution of vaccines during Covid-19

Episode 20: Jan Egeland on humanitarian negotiations

Episode 21: Risks and responsibilities in the digital transformation of humanitarian action

Episode 22: Rediscovering humanitarianism through the lens of justice: Roles, responsibilities and rights

Episode 23: Living in a changing climate: Dynamics of forced migration and displacement

Episode 24: Humanitarian diplomacy and multilateral engagement

Reflections from outgoing Permanent Representative of the IFRC to the African Union, Itonde Kakoma in conversation with Dr. Salla Turunen

Episode 25: Life in the ‘new Moria’ refugee camp

Psychologist and fieldworker for Doctors Without Borders, Katrin Glatz Brubakk, in conversation with Heidi Mogstad

Episode 26: The ethics of localisation – Part 1

Episode 27: The ethics of localisation: Part 2 with Arbie Baguios

Episode 28: Education in emergencies: Rethinking, engaging and envisioning pathways