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Veronique Barbelet

Research Associate

  • Humanitarian Policy Group
Portrait of Veronique Barbelet

Veronique Barbelet is a Research Associate with the Humanitarian Policy Group. Prior to this, Veronique was a Senior Research Fellow with HPG focusing on inclusion, localisation, protection and displacement. Veronique worked with Geneva Call, a Swiss NGO engaging armed groups on humanitarian issues and was a Policy Officer at the World Food Programme for protection in food assistance. Veronique holds a PhD from the Post-war Reconstruction and Development Unit of the University of York in the UK where her research focused on humanitarian engagement with armed groups and peace processes. French-English bilingual, most of Veronique’s research concentrates on East, Central and West Africa as well as the Rohingya and Syrian crisis.

Veronique Barbelet is a Research Associate with the Humanitarian Policy Group. Prior to this, Veronique was a Senior Research Fellow with HPG focusing on inclusion, localisation, protection and displacement. Veronique worked with Geneva Call, a Swiss NGO engaging armed groups on humanitarian issues and was a Policy Officer at the World Food Programme for protection in food assistance. Veronique holds a PhD from the Post-war Reconstruction and Development Unit of the University of York in the UK where her research focused on humanitarian engagement with armed groups and peace processes. French-English bilingual, most of Veronique’s research concentrates on East, Central and West Africa as well as the Rohingya and Syrian crisis.

  1. Rohingya refugees’ perspectives on their displacement in Bangladesh: uncertain futures

    Research reports

  2. Localising emergency preparedness and response through partnerships

    Research reports

  3. Local humanitarian action in the Democratic Republic of Congo: capacity and complementarity

    Working papers

  4. How to ensure Ethiopia’s ‘jobs compact’ works for refugees

  5. As local as possible, as international as necessary: understanding capacity and complementarity in humanitarian action

    Other

  6. The role and vulnerabilities of older people in drought in East Africa: progress, challenges and opportunities for a more inclusive humanitarian response

    Research reports

  7. Older people in displacement: falling through the cracks of emergency responses

    Research reports

  8. Conference report: innovations and challenges in protecting children in armed conflict

    Working papers

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

    Briefing/policy papers

  10. Holding the keys: humanitarian access and local organisations

    Research reports

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

    Event

  12. Humanitarian access and local organisations in Ukraine

    Working papers

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

    Research reports

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

    Working papers

  15. Beyond assistance: how to support refugees' aspirations

    Event

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

    Event

  17. Livelihood strategies of Central African refugees in Cameroon

    Working papers

  18. The lives and livelihoods of Syrian refugees

    Research reports

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

  20. How the failed coup affects Syrian refugees in Turkey