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

    Working papers

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

  3. Disaster risk reduction, urban informality and a ‘fragile peace’: the case of Lebanon

    Research reports

  4. Disaster risk reduction in conflict contexts: the state of the evidence

    Working papers

  5. Reconstruction plans in Syria must be a priority at Brussels pledging conference – statement and experts available

    Press Release

  6. Brussels Conference on Syria: four issues donors must prioritise next week

  7. Dignity and displaced Syrians in Lebanon

    Working papers

  8. Dignity and the displaced Rohingya in Bangladesh

    Working papers

  9. The Rohingya crisis, one year on

  10. Dignity in displacement: a review of the literature


  11. Humanitarian Policy Group Brochure 2017-19