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  1. Human rights education in humanitarian settings: opportunities and challenges

  2. With Myanmar’s military back in full control, Rohingya refugees need long-term solutions

  3. Scaling up clean energy investments

  4. Social isolation and disrupted privacy: impacts of Covid-19 on adolescent girls in humanitarian contexts

  5. Exploring the impacts of Covid-19 on Rohingya adolescents in Cox's Bazar: a mixed-methods study

  6. Through their eyes: exploring the complex drivers of child marriage in humanitarian contexts

  7. ‘The first thing that I fear for my future is lack of rain and drought’: climate change and its impacts on adolescent capabilities in low- and middle-income countries

  8. Implementing and sustaining nature investments at scale

  9. Combatting climate change with nature-based solutions

  10. Adolescents’ experiences of Covid-19 and the public health response in urban Dhaka, Bangladesh

  11. ‘People won’t die due to the disease; they will die due to hunger’: exploring the impacts of Covid-19 on Rohingya and Bangladeshi adolescents in Cox’s Bazar

  12. ‘I have nothing to feed my family…’: Covid-19 risk pathways for adolescent girls in low- and middle-income countries

  13. Shaping the macro-economy in response to Covid-19: a responsible economic stimulus, a stable financial sector and a revival in exports

  14. 'We didn't come here to eat. We came here to save our life': health and nutrition challenges facing adolescents in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

  15. ‘Every action counts’: why the humanitarian sector needs to fast-track inclusion

  16. Research during Covid-19: learning from practice

  17. It can’t be done alone: why coordination is vital in responding to education crises

  18. ‘How will my life be?’: psychosocial well-being among Rohingya and Bangladeshi adolescents in Cox’s Bazar

  19. ‘I don’t have any aspiration because I couldn’t study’: exploring the educational barriers facing adolescents in Cox’s Bazar

  20. Age- and gender-based violence risks facing Rohingya and Bangladeshi adolescents in Cox’s Bazar