Welcome back for the third episode of the Humanitarian Hub Podcast! In this episode, Leanne Rantell and Maegan Rodricks speak to Laura Hammond, a Professor of Development Studies at SOAS, on her recently published report with the UNDP on Development Solutions to Internal Displacement. Laura gives an insight into
‘The realities of Covid-19 in Yemen, 10 years after the Arab Spring’ is the second webinar of our 2020/21 Seminar series. The session included a discussion with Abdi Ismail about the effect of Covid-19, the continuing humanitarian crisis and how the international community is combating the conflict. Followed
‘Borderlands, Conflict & Illicit Economies: Challenges for Humanitarian Action’ is the first webinar of our 2020/21 Seminar series. The webinar includes a presentation and discussion led by members of the GCRF-funded research project ‘Drugs & (Dis)order: Building Sustainable Peacetime Economies in the Aftermath of War’. Drugs & (dis)order
In the second episode of the Humanitarian Hub Podcast, Althea-Marie Rivas speaks to Paolo Novak, a Professor of Development Studies at SOAS university. Paolo specialises in contested borders, migration and humanitarianism. This podcast discusses Paolo’s current research project – Asylum Seekers Reception, Taxonomies and Location.
Welcome back to the first episode of the Humanitarian Hub Podcast Season 2! In the first episode of the Humanitarian Hub Podcast, Althea-Marie Rivas speaks to Stuart Kefford, a Child Protection and DDR Officer at UNICEF.
‘Re-envisioning Global Humanitarian Response, is the last webinar in our 2019/2020 series. The speakers explore key and emerging humanitarian challenges. Including the impact of Covid-19 and considering what shifts in discourse and practice, approaches to innovation, accountability, and power relationships might be necessary to address situations of crisis,
This blog was orginally posted on the Diplomatic Courier Deaths in Afghanistan due to the coronavirus could potentially exceed the total number of civilians killed during the past two decades of conflict. As of April 22, Afghanistan had 1,178 confirmed cases compared to 840 seven days earlier,
How will Remittances Affect the Somali Covid-19 Response? By Nisar Majid and Laura Hammond, with Nauja Kleist, Khalif Abdirahman and Guhad Adan This blog iwas orginally published on the SOAS Research and Evidence Facility project site and the Conflict Research Programme at the London School of Economics Photo by
Food is central to power. Food has influenced power relations through land grabs and the manipulation of food aid as part of a system of political patronage, and through looting, displacement and diversion of aid by soldiers, warlords and militia. It has played a role in how countries are