International engagement with North Korea: disability, human rights and humanitarian aid
This article examines disability rights in North Korea as an area of shared interest between humanitarian workers and human rights actors.
Prevalence of Poor Mental Health Among Adolescents in Kabul, Afghanistan
This study is the first to assess mental health among adolescents in Afghanistan after the change in political leadership in 2021.
Leadership Survey Report
International INGO leaders reflect on the future of the aid and humanitarian sector.
Metaphor in conflict transformation
Children as agents in crises: Re-assessing adult-child power dynamics in humanitarian action
Acknowledging children as skilled actors within emergency contexts.
Sexual Violence Against Men in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings
Guidelines to assist qualitative research with vulnerable populations on sensitive topics such as sexual violence.
Mastering humanitarianism? A survey of postgraduate humanitarian courses
How do current Masters of Humanitarian Assistance (MHA) offerings converge and differ?
Preparing for transitional justice in North Korea
Why the international community must support possible futures of the North Korean people.