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Veronique Barbelet

Senior Research Fellow

Humanitarian Policy Group

Portrait of Veronique Barbelet

Veronique Barbelet joined the Humanitarian Policy Group as a Research Fellow in September 2013. She has worked for several years in the Humanitarian Policy Unit of the World Food Programme focusing on protection in food assistance. Her background research includes a PhD on humanitarian engagement with armed-non state actors.

Prior to her PhD, Veronique worked with Geneva Call, a Swiss NGO engaging armed groups on humanitarian issues. Veronique has conducted research for her PhD and WFP in Sudan, South Sudan, Kenya and several other places in Africa. Veronique holds a PhD from the Post-war Reconstruction and Development Unit of the University of York.

  1. The Jordan Compact: lessons learnt and implications for future refugee compacts

    Briefing/policy papers

  2. Holding the keys: humanitarian access and local organisations

    Research reports

  3. Ending the Rohingya crisis: what will it take?

    Event

  4. Humanitarian access and local organisations in Ukraine

    Working papers

  5. Livelihoods in displacement: from refugee perspectives to aid agency response

    Research reports

  6. Supporting Central African refugees in Cameroon: policy and practice in response to protracted displacement

    Working papers

  7. Beyond assistance: how to support refugees' aspirations

    Event

  8. Twitter chat: are we doing enough for refugees?

    Event

  9. Livelihood strategies of Central African refugees in Cameroon

    Working papers

  10. The lives and livelihoods of Syrian refugees

    Research reports

  11. With no political solution to Ukraine’s conflict in sight, its civilians need aid now

  12. How the failed coup affects Syrian refugees in Turkey

  13. Elections mean little when people trust armed groups more than peacekeepers or the state

  14. Central African Republic: addressing the protection crisis

    Research reports

  15. Central African Republic: civilians have more trust in armed rebels than peacekeepers

    Press Release

  16. What happens to markets in crises?

    Event

  17. Markets in crises: the conflict in Mali

    Working papers

  18. Picking up the pieces? The 'protection gap' in CAR

    Briefing/policy papers

  19. Humanitarian trends and trajectories to 2030: Europe and others group

    Working papers

  20. Central African Republic: let's keep people safe, not push for elections