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An overview of Lagoro IDP camp in Kitgum District, northern Uganda, 20 May 2007. Manoocher Deghati/IRIN
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Paul Harvey
Paul Harvey

Paul Harvey

Research Associate, Social Protection

Paul Harvey is a Research Associate with HPG and a partner with Humanitarian Outcomes. Recent work has included reports on the role of state, cash based responses, remittances and dependency in humanitarian aid, a review of the state of the humanitarian system for ALNAP and an evaluation of WFP’s livelihoods recovery programming. Prior to joining ODI he worked for various NGOs as an emergency manager, including longer postings in Somalia, Sierra Leone and Kosovo.

He was previously a Research Fellow with the Humanitarian Policy Group in the Overseas Development Institute. Recent work has included reports on the role of state, cash based responses, remittances and dependency in humanitarian aid, a review of the state of the humanitarian system for ALNAP and an evaluation of WFP’s livelihoods recovery programming. Prior to joining ODI he worked for various NGOs as an emergency manager, including longer postings in Somalia, Sierra Leone and Kosovo.

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Girl in front of destroyed homes, CAR
Girl in front of destroyed homes, CAR

Girl in front of destroyed homes in Ngaoundaye, Central African Republic
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Third world conference on human security: humanitarian perspectives and responses

Event - Conference - 24 - 27 October 2013

The aim of this conference is to explore recent human security risks, threats and crises that have been affecting different parts of the world and how humanitarian perspectives and approaches developed over the last few decades can be applied to such complex and challenging environments.The Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium will be hosting a panel looking at livelihoods, basic services, security and justice - the socio-economic realities in conflict affected situations. This panel will give the audience a preview to the findings from the surveys exploring the type and coverage of support to livelihoods, the extent of access to basic services and peoples’ views about the roles, responsibilities and performance of different levels of government and non-state actors in providing services, supporting livelihoods and security and justice.

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