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Nanumea island, Tuvalu
This study was undertaken to inform the SIDS Global Data Hub, launched at the SIDS4 Conference in May 2024, as well as Small Island Developing States' (SIDS) broader suite of activities on adaptation and resilience information, in the context of the next 10-year SIDS agenda: ‘The Antigua and Barbuda Agenda for SIDS – a Renewed Declaration for Resilient Prosperity’.

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  1. The nature of social cohesion? Lessons from relations between Afghan refugees and their neighbours in Pakistan

    Case/country study

  2. What do we have to lose? Understanding and responding to climate-induced loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services

    Research report

  3. What do we have to lose? Understanding and responding to climate-induced loss of life and health

    Research report

  4. Pathways toward digitalization in Social Protection and Labor (SPL) service delivery

    Briefing/policy paper

  5. What do we have to lose? Understanding and responding to climate-induced loss and damage to cultural heritage

    Research report

  6. Linking social protection and humanitarian assistance: A toolkit to support basic needs and wellbeing in displacement settings

    Toolkit/guideline

  7. Understanding vulnerability and exclusion in Ghana

    Research report

  8. Social cohesion in displacement: the state of play

    Working paper

  9. Climate change, conflict and displacement: five key misconceptions

    Briefing/policy paper

  10. Improving menstrual health literacy through life-skills programming in rural Ethiopia

    Journal issue/article

  11. Changing gender norms in displacement: Venezuelans in Bogotá, Cúcuta and Pasto, Colombia

    Working paper

  12. Women leading local humanitarian response during the Covid-19 pandemic

    Working paper

  13. Inclusion and exclusion in humanitarian action: findings from a three-year study

    Research report

  14. Inclusion and exclusion in displacement and peacebuilding responses in Mindanao, Philippines: falling through the cracks

    Working paper

  15. Digital technologies and inclusion in humanitarian response

    Research report

  16. The digitalisation of social protection before and since the onset of Covid-19: opportunities, challenges and lessons

    Working paper

  17. Social media and inclusion in humanitarian response and action

    Working paper

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

    Toolkit/guideline

  19. Inclusive, sustainable economic transformation: An analysis of trends and trade-offs

    Working paper

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

    Journal issue/article