IHSA is pleased to present its weekly selection of humanitarian blog posts.
This week we emphasize forced migration, war and aid policy. Blogs on migration discuss the difficulties faced by asylum seekers in accessing legal advice in the UK, the ongoing persecution of Roma people in Italy, and the uncertain future of Ukrainians in Poland. On war, we highlight the need for international action on girls’ education in Afghanistan. We also selected an overview of insights into the now 2 year long Ethiopia-Tigray war. And a focus on the importance of remittances in responding to humanitarian crisis – and the risks created by anti-terrorist legislation.
Blogs on climate change adaptation and DRR, highlight the importance of considering social processes and including people with disabilities. And finally, a blog on the Pledge for Change to make aid more effective, through equitable partnerships, authentic storytelling, and influencing wider change.
We hope you find this week’s selection interesting, and we wish you a good week ahead!