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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. Security and climate change implications for humanitarian, development and peace-building programmes in Somalia

    Meeting/conference report

  2. Resist, negotiate, submit? Civilian agency and jihadism in Central Mali

    Research report

  3. Sudan’s conflict – civil society and the war between the generals: key takeaways from a roundtable with Sudanese and international experts

    Meeting/conference report

  4. Community engagement, protection and peacebuilding: reviewing evidence and practice

    Journal issue/article

  5. MSME-led private sector development in contexts of conflict, fragility and displacement


  6. Lessons for peace: engaging with Afghanistan after four decades of conflict and one year of new Taliban administration

    Briefing/policy paper

  7. Adapting to fragility: Lessons from practitioners

    Research report

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

    Working paper

  9. Recalibrating relations in Afghanistan: collective action by international actors

    Research report

  10. Innovations in Donor Bureaucracies and the Implications for Peacebuilding Financing

    Briefing/policy paper

  11. From elite bargains to (more) open and (more) inclusive politics

    Research report

  12. Humanitarians and the Women, Peace and Security agenda during Covid-19: leading in crisis

    Briefing/policy paper

  13. Protection and peace in conflict-affected contexts: understanding the intersections

    Working paper

  14. Security progress in post-conflict contexts: between liberal peacebuilding and elite interests

    Research report