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  1. Social protection provisions to refugees during the Covid-19 pandemic: lessons learned from government and humanitarian responses

  2. Reducing the humanitarian financing gap: review of progress since the report of the High-Level Panel on Humanitarian Financing

  3. The climate crisis and humanitarian need: taking action to support the world’s most vulnerable communities

  4. Ebola: New lessons for an old problem

  5. The Democratic Republic of Congo’s 10th Ebola response: lessons on international leadership and coordination

  6. Economics, social status and gender relations: what makes households ‘female-headed’ in Somalia? Lessons from a rapid learning exercise

  7. How humanitarians should consider LGBT+ issues in their work

  8. New Ebola outbreaks: putting context and community first

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

  10. Moving on from 2020, what does a humanitarian reset look like?

  11. The new US fragility strategy can be transformational – but requires careful implementation

  12. Responsible data-sharing with donors: accountability, transparency and data protection in principled humanitarian action

  13. Inviting non-state armed groups to the table: inclusive strategies towards a more fit for purpose international humanitarian law

  14. It’s time to invest for the 21st century and repurpose humanitarian bureaucracies

  15. A more inclusive post-Covid-19 world for persons with disabilities – how humanitarians can play their part

  16. Inclusion and exclusion in humanitarian action: the state of play

  17. Humanitarian diplomacy and protection advocacy in an age of caution

  18. Bridging humanitarian digital divides during Covid-19

  19. Advocating for humanity? Securing better protection of civilians affected by armed conflict

  20. A humanitarian reset: impacts of a historic year