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  1. Social media and inclusion in humanitarian response

    Working papers

  2. Social media and inclusion in humanitarian action – the case of refugees in Uganda

    Briefing/policy papers

  3. Social media and inclusion in humanitarian response: ‘caminantes’ at the Venezuela–Colombia border

    Briefing/policy papers

  4. Linking social protection and humanitarian assistance. A toolkit to support social cohesion in displacement settings

    Toolkit/guidelines

  5. Humanitarian assistance and social protection in contexts of forced displacement. Effects on social cohesion

    Research reports

  6. Migration for climate action: how labour mobility can help the green transition

    Working papers

  7. Hashtags, memes and selfies: Can social media and online activism shift gender norms?

    Research reports

  8. Hidden in plain sight: how social media infrastructure shapes gender norms

    Research reports

  9. Complementary approaches between international and local protection advocacy: ‘Don’t speak for me, I’ll speak for myself’

    Briefing/policy papers

  10. Navigating humanitarian dilemmas in the Ukraine crisis

    Other

  11. Towards more inclusive, effective and impartial humanitarian action

    Briefing/policy papers

  12. Risks along the Belt and Road: Chinese investment and infrastructure development in Cambodia

    Research reports

  13. Effective collaboration between governance and sector programmes: assessment of the evidence on what works

    Working papers

  14. ESG and climate risks in India: an introduction for finance professionals

    Toolkit/guidelines

  15. Humanitarian assistance and social protection responses to the forcibly displaced in Greece

    Research reports

  16. Influencing states' policy and practice on the protection of civilians

    Briefing/policy papers

  17. Protection of civilians: learning from ICRC’s Roots of Restraint in War study

    Briefing/policy papers

  18. Climate Risks and Truncated Opportunities: How Do Environmental Challenges Intersect with Economic and Social Disadvantages for Rohingya Adolescents in Bangladesh?

    Journal issue/article

  19. Economic vulnerability to the Russia–Ukraine War: which low- and middle-income countries are most vulnerable?

    Other

  20. Country perspectives on multilateral development banks: a survey analysis

    Research reports