This article for the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies explores the building of kinship between Norwegian citizens and asylum seekers from the Middle East.
This NCHS paper examines the use of the term legal pluralism in Afghanistan and argues that where access to justice is particularly difficult or neglected, social actors face an absence rather than a plurality of legal orders.
The World Disasters Report 2022: Trust, Equity and Local Action was published by the IFRC in January 2023. The report examines lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic and how to avert the next global crisis.
In this new Talking Humanitarianism podcast series, host Edwige Marty (NMBU) explores humanitarianism through the lens of climate resilient development, with a focus on three cases from Kenya.
In this episode of the Talking Humanitarianism podcast, Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh delivers the NCHS Annual Lecture titled ‘Against the humanitarian grain’ at the 2022 NCHS Annual Conference.
If you missed the conversation with Leni Stenseth, Deputy Commissioner General for UNRWA about the agency’s political and financial challenges, you can now listen to a recording of the discussion.
In this latest episode of the Talking Humanitarianism podcast, Michael Barnett delivers the keynote address titled ‘Humanitarianism in a post-liberal age’ to open the 2022 NCHS Annual Conference.
Edited by Are John Knudsen and Kjersti G. Berg (CMI), ‘Continental Encampment’ explores responses to mass migration and traces the genealogy of humanitarian containment in the Middle East and Europe.
The PRIO MidEast Centre is hosting a breakfast conversation about UNRWA on 15 February with Leni Stenseth, Deputy Commissioner General for UNRWA.
Digital Lab is hosting a breakfast conversation about the portrayal of refugees, based on the exhibition “More than the humanitarian gaze” by UN photographer Jørgen Grinde.