Two CMI working papers exploring the UN concept of ‘leave no one behind’ and its manifestation in humanitarianism.
This PRIO policy brief examines the Australian model of offshore processing of asylum seekers, including the failures of the model.
This PRIO blog and associated report examine the argument for broadening the concept of humanitarian accountability.
The call for papers is open for the IHSA World Conference, “New realities of politics and humanitarianism: Between solidarity and abandonment”.
In this online lecture hosted by PRIO, the Minister of Foreign and Expatriates Affairs of Yemen, Dr. Ahmed bin Mubarak, outlines his vision for peace for Yemen.
This NUPI op-ed examines the unfolding events in Afghanistan in August 2021 and Norway’s duty of protection.
This year Bergen Exchanges featured a roundtable discussion, hosted by the NCHS, on the issue of sexual violence in humanitarian settings.
This CMI blog examines why temporary protection is no solution for Afghan refugees and why secure refugee status must be granted.
A new project exploring the ethics of humanitarian negotiation has received funding from the Research Council of Norway.
Special issue of “Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics” explores grassroots responses to mass migration in Europe.