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Kerrie Holloway

Senior Research Officer

Humanitarian Policy Group

Portrait of Kerrie Holloway

Kerrie is a Senior Research Officer with extensive knowledge of the history of the humanitarian sector and refugee crises. Her research interests include the interaction between humanitarian organisations and politics, the historical and contemporary development of humanitarian organisations and foreign and domestic policy decisions in relation to refugee policy. Kerrie completed her PhD in history, focusing on a British humanitarian organisation that worked with Spanish refugees in France after the Spanish Civil War.

  1. Ebola in DRC: building on lessons learned

    Event

  2. The Democratic Republic of Congo’s 10th Ebola response: lessons on international leadership and coordination

    Research reports

  3. New Ebola outbreaks: putting context and community first

  4. Bridging humanitarian digital divides during Covid-19

    Briefing/policy papers

  5. Implementing collective accountability to affected populations: ways forward in large-scale humanitarian crises

    Briefing/policy papers

  6. Collective approaches to communication and community engagement: models, challenges and ways forward

    Research reports

  7. The Beijing Declaration 25 years on – three priorities for humanitarians

  8. Three ways to maintain Lebanon’s ‘fragile peace’ and rebuild Beirut

  9. Accountability dilemmas and collective approaches to communication and community engagement in Yemen

    Research reports

  10. Covid-19: a watershed moment for collective approaches to community engagement?

    Briefing/policy papers

  11. Collective approaches to communication and community engagement in the Central Sulawesi response

    Research reports

  12. Public narratives and attitudes towards refugees and other migrants: Sweden country profile

    Briefing/policy papers

  13. Achieving durable solutions by including displacement-affected communities in peacebuilding

    Briefing/policy papers

  14. The Rohingya response in Bangladesh and the Global Compact on Refugees: lessons, challenges and opportunities

    Working papers

  15. Public narratives and attitudes towards refugees and other migrants: US country profile

    Briefing/policy papers

  16. Gender in displacement: the state of play

    Other

  17. The humanitarian ‘digital divide’

    Other

  18. Public narratives and attitudes towards refugees and other migrants: UK country profile

    Briefing/policy papers

  19. The Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework: progress in four East African countries

    Working papers

  20. Three ways humanitarians can support the Rohingya in Bangladesh, two years on