Articles and Reports

The Changing Face of Humanitarian Crisis

The Changing Face of Humanitarian Crisis:  The scale and cadence of crises that demand international humanitarian response is increasing. The cumulative frequency and severity of climate change on large populations, rapid and unsustainable urbanization, decreasing biodiversity, and the impending realities of resource scarcities and the armed conflicts they might catalyze are only some of the challenges that loom ahead.

Frederick M. Burkle, Jr.
Senior Fellow and Scientist
Harvard University

Restoring Humanity: Global Voices Calling for Action

Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises – Humanitarian Health Evidence Review

Humanitarian Innovation Fund – Successes and Challenges: Automated Collection and Verification or Crowdsourced Information

Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises – BUILDING RESILIENCE AMONG COMMUNITIES IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE EARTHQUAKE IN NEPAL: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE NEPAL CLINICAL TEAM

Overseas Development Institute (ODI) – The Ebola response in West Africa: Exposing the politics and culture of international aid

The Inter-Agency Common Feedback Project

Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) – Leaving no one behind: Internal displacement and the 2030 agenda for sustainable development

International Institute for Humanitarian Affairs Annual Report

Consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies Core Humanities Competency Guide

HPG Commissioned Report – Protracted displacement: uncertain paths to self-reliance in exile

International Organization for Migration (IOM) – World Migration Report 2015

ReliefWeb – Humanitarian Funding Update October 2015 – United Nations Coordinated Appeals

 

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