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John Bryant

Senior Research Officer

  • Humanitarian Policy Group
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John Bryant is a Senior Research Officer for the Humanitarian Policy Group at ODI. His areas of work have covered a range of global humanitarian reform issues, including accountability to aid users, digital technology, financing and the ‘localisation’ agenda. John has had previous roles with international NGO Practical Action and the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

  1. Two ways the humanitarian system should harness global solidarity with Ukraine

  2. Digital mapping and inclusion in humanitarian response

    Working papers

  3. Local humanitarian action during Covid-19: findings from a diary study

    Working papers

  4. With Myanmar’s military back in full control, Rohingya refugees need long-term solutions

  5. Bridging humanitarian digital divides during Covid-19

    Briefing/policy papers

  6. ‘All eyes are on local actors’: Covid-19 and local humanitarian action

    Briefing/policy papers

  7. All eyes are on local humanitarian responders during Covid-19 – now they need support

  8. ReliefWatch: designing a new accountability service for people affected by humanitarian crises

    Research reports

  9. New technologies are changing humanitarian action, but don’t assume they're inclusive

  10. The humanitarian ‘digital divide’

    Other

  11. Mapping local capacities and support for more effective humanitarian responses

    Briefing/policy papers

  12. Valuing local resources in humanitarian crises

    Research reports

  13. The humanitarian response in Iraq: support beyond international assistance in Mosul

    Working papers

  14. Remittances in humanitarian crises

    Working papers

  15. New financing partnerships for humanitarian impact

    Research reports

  16. Capacity and complementarity in the Rohingya response in Bangladesh

    Working papers

  17. Measuring the iceberg: the opportunities and limits of better tracking of resources beyond international humanitarian assistance

    Working papers

  18. Humanitarian action and foreign policy: balancing interests and values

    Research reports

  19. The Rohingya crisis, one year on

  20. Humanitarian Policy Group Brochure 2017-19

    Other