You are invited to this seminar unpacking the relationship between social, economic and environmental change and its impact on everyday life in Asia.
Tune into the first episode of the new ‘Humanitarianism and transitions to a low-carbon future’ podcast mini-series, with Ekatherina Zhukova (Lund University).
The NCHS is pleased to introduce Işınsu Acar, who will spend two months as part on an internship program in Bergen.
Latest book in the Worlds in Crisis: Refugees, Asylum, and Forced Migration series maps out actors and interactions in situations of forced displacement.
The humanitarian landscape in Sahel is deteriorating as the invasion of Ukraine indirectly exacerbates existing vulnerabilities. This PRIO policy brief examines the state of security in Sahel vis-à-vis new geopolitical realities presented by the conflict between Russia and NATO.
This PRIO paper offers an analysis of the global dataset on state-based conflicts, non-state conflicts, and one-sided violence between 1989 and 2021.
Exclusive tourism spaces have increased substantially in recent years. Scholars from various fields recently came together to examine the effects of these projects on humanitarian research and policy.
You are invited to join this forum hosted by Bergen Global, exploring the dynamics of gender and youth in leading rehabilitation and reconciliation efforts through drawing on post-conflict scenarios around the world.
In this article for Open Access Government, Antonio De Lauri (NCHS Director) discusses the purpose of humanitarian negotiations, diplomacy and the ethics of border control.
The 2022 edition of the WorldRiskReport includes contribution by NCHS associates, offering an overview of the digital risks in disaster situations.