The biennial International Humanitarian Studies Association Conference was held recently in Dhaka, Bangladesh and online, with several NCHS associations contributing.
With the humanitarian situation in Gaza becoming more critical by the day, two upcoming seminars will discuss the imperative of a humanitarian ceasefire and what the conflict might mean for the future of Palestine and Israel.
A new book investigates the digital transformation of aid as a form of humanitarian extractivism and how this shifts power towards states, the private sector and humanitarians.
In this PRIO blog, Jørgen Jensehaugen examines the repercussions of the looming collapse of parts of UNRWA.
Join this PRIO seminar to explore what shapes refugee journeys, what struggles do they face along the way and what influences their decision making.
PRIO researchers urge development agencies, civil society and humanitarian workers to join the conversation about AI and its consequences for humanitarian work.
In this episode of Talking Humanitarianism, Heidi Mogstad talks to psychologist for Doctors Without Borders, Katrin Glatz Brubakk, about her recent mission to Lesvos and impressions from assisting refugees in the ‘new Moria’.
In this episode of Talking Humanitarianism, Mr. Itonde Kakoma is in conversation with Dr. Salla Turunen providing his reflections on how the IFRC is situated within the humanitarian landscape, particularly regarding humanitarian diplomacy and multilateral engagement.
A new article for the Journal of Humanitarian Affairs explores different and contradictory ethical registers operating among international, national and local humanitarian actors, and the impact for localisation.
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.