As Libya’s death toll rises due to the massive floods triggered by Storm Daniel, this PRIO blog explores whether such a catastrophe could have been prevented.
Following the recent devastating earthquake, Morocco has declined France’s offer of aid. This PRIO blog explores how this refusal can be best understood.
In this episode of Talking Humanitarianism , Amali Tower, Founder of Climate Refugees delivers the keynote address to open the Humanitarian Futures Conference.
To find out more about the war in Sudan, including the humanitarian impacts, read the Sudan blog series published by the Chr. Michelsen Institute, as part of the Sudan-Norway Academic Cooperation project.
The Humanitarian Studies Centre was officially launched in the Hague last week, with the aim to bridge humanitarian research and practice.
Heidi Mogstad discusses the media and public framing of refugee and other migrant issues and why language matters, in a recent interview with BBC News.
A new report seeks to shed light on the severe climate change losses and damages communities are experiencing in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley, in their own words.
The Turkish Red Crescent recently brought together humanitarian practitioners and academics to discuss different aspects of the ongoing humanitarian response in Ukraine. Find out what they have to say here.
A new NCHS paper examines the implications of tacit engagement in humanitarian negotiations through the lens of two prevalent ethical challenges faced by humanitarian practitioners.
Join the annual Bergen Exchanges to explore how law serves as an instrument of change – and how it shapes and is shaped by power relations.