This policy brief details how the humanitarian sector needs to embrace an approach to protracted urban displacement that tackles both its political and programmatic challenges.
While knowledge of the past has direct operational, analytical and strategic implications, the humanitarian sector has a poor understanding of its history. Delve into HPG’s account of the history of the international humanitarian system to discover more.
This working paper explores the possible approaches that the European Commission could take to determine 11th European Development Fund aid allocations.
In this knowledge context study, Harry Jones takes an in-depth look at how knowledge is used in policy and decision-making in the health sector in Cambodia.
Arnaldo Pellini, Antonio Contreras, Melvin Jabar, Ma. Teresa de Guzman, Marlon Era, Dennis Erasga and Robert Javier Jr.
This knowledge context study applies political economy analysis principles and the knowledge, policy and power framework to understand the use of knowledge and evidence in urban resilience policy-making in the Philippines.