(Originally Broadcast on October 5, 2011) According to ALNAP there are currently over 200,000 individuals working in humanitarian assistance and protection globally. Growing at a pace of 6% per…+ More details
(Originally Broadcast 27 March 2013.) The performance of the international humanitarian system has been under the scrutiny of a number of evaluative reports in recent months – particularly…+ More details
During the humanitarian reform process launched in 2005, humanitarian actors introduced early recovery as a humanitarian cluster to facilitate policy linkages between humanitarian relief and development.…+ More details
(Originally Broadcast on 25 April, 2012.) In the year 2008, for the first time in history, more than half of the world’s population was living in urban areas. Cities have become more numerous,…+ More details
(Originally Broadcast on October 18, 2012) As the planet warms, the vulnerability of communities in less developed countries rises. According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM),…+ More details
(Originally broadcast on February 23, 2012.) In 2000, the Brahimi Report on United Nations (UN) Peace Operations proposed a set of sweeping reforms geared toward building integrated UN peacekeeping…+ More details
(Originally Broadcast on February 2, 2013.) Humanitarian actors have increasingly recognized that successful disaster risk reduction (DRR) projects must be conceived as long-term, holistic initiatives…+ More details
(Originally Broadcast on March 22, 2012) Humanitarian organizations face an inevitable tension that arises from two separate accountability structures. One framework, established by Common Article…+ More details
Human rights norms are playing an increasingly important role in humanitarian action. Yet there seems to be a growing confusion on the distinct origins and nuances of these bodies of law among practitioners…+ More details
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