Radical Objects: The Obelisk of Axum and the Complexities of Restitution
As aid agencies struggle to access and respond to the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Tigray, a comparatively minor note of physical destruction has understandably garnered little attention. In a...
Humanitarian corridors: negotiated exceptions at risk of manipulation
In the absence of a normative framework, the concept of humanitarian corridor lacks a consistent definition and is highly vulnerable to political interpretation. The notion underwent multiple...
Humanitarian corridors in Ukraine: the illusion of an ideal solution
Françoise Duroch, Maelle L'Homme10.03.2022
"Humanitarian corridor". In just a few days, these two words have become a common theme in public speeches about Ukraine, evoking the illusion of an ideal solution to the suffering of people trapped ...
The Business of Conflict: Humanitarian Assistance and the War Economy in Syria
Research and humanitarian aid: navigating the unpredictable, limiting the avoidable
Should we discriminate in order to act? Profiling: a necessary but debated practice
Humanitarian implications of a re-assertion of State sovereignty
The Shadow Theatre of Kidnappings: an account of Arjan Erkel's rescue
Opportunities, limits and challenges of perceptions studies for humanitarian contexts
Working in a prison in Myanmar: Médecins Sans Frontières’ experience working in Insein prison
Juego de espejos: Reflexiones sobre la percepción de MSF y la acción humanitaria
Humanitarian work in prisons: the experience of Médecins Sans Frontières