The Crisis Leadership Program is open for applications
Living Decoloniality: Practical experiences of decoloniality throughout the aid sector
Programme de Leadership en situations de Crise – Seed
Our research publications look beyond the academic, to consider how communities, organisations and individuals can better meet the challenges of leadership in the humanitarian system and a changing world.
Exploring the implications of advanced digital technologies on the humanitarian sector
Reports and Report Summaries
How the private sector is contributing to humanitarianism and disaster risk management
Evaluating the effectiveness of humanitarian organisations in networking with local actors
Exploring limitations of social media analysis to represent community-wide perceptions in a crisis
Peer-reviewed journal articles
Guidelines to assist qualitative research with vulnerable populations on sensitive topics such as sexual violence.
How do current Masters of Humanitarian Assistance (MHA) offerings converge and differ?
Exploring practitioners’ perspectives on the relevance of humanitarianism in Australia
Why the international community must support possible futures of the North Korean people.
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