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Social exclusion

  1. Social media and inclusion in humanitarian response and action

    Working papers

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

    Journal issue/article

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

    Working papers

  4. The intersection between socioeconomic conditions and youth radicalisation: implications for programming in the G5 Sahel countries


  5. How to get back on track to end extreme poverty

  6. Why LGBTQI+ services must be intersectional

  7. Intersecting exclusions: experiences of violence and displacement among LGBTQI+ communities in Kenya

    Research reports

  8. Gender equality, social inclusion and resilience in Malawi

    Briefing/policy papers

  9. Intersecting exclusions: displacement and gender-based violence among people with diverse sexualities and gender identities in Kenya

    Literature reviews

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

  11. Change of guard in the US: the good, the bad – and the hopeful

  12. Can Central Banks Digital Currencies deliver for people in poverty?

  13. Impact of Covid-19 on adolescent mental health in Viet Nam and Tanzania

    Working papers

  14. Drivers of and protective factors for mental health and psychosocial well-being among adolescents: a snapshot from Tanzania and Viet Nam

    Briefing/policy papers

  15. Challenging power dynamics and eliciting marginalized adolescent voices through qualitative methods


  16. Constrained choices: exploring the complexities of adolescent girls’ voice and agency in child marriage decisions in Ethiopia


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


  18. ‘Children are future leaders of the country’: Ethiopian adolescents’ access to voice and agency

    Briefing/policy papers

  19. History, restitution and justice for African nations

  20. ODI Bites: decolonising international development