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  1. Conflict-induced migration is arguably the most urgent humanitarian challenge today. A growing number of people are forced from their homes each year. The dispossession of civilians by armed parties, furthermo...

    Authors: Kerrin Geoffrey Buck
    Citation: Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2017 2:5
  2. Healthcare professionals are a vital aspect of public health delivery in humanitarian crises. Both overt and subtle complexities in the decision making process during periods of instability may involve moral a...

    Authors: Sarah Gotowiec and Elizabeth Cantor-Graae
    Citation: Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2017 2:2
  3. The conflict in Syria is the largest driver of displacement worldwide with 4.1 million Syrian refugees, more than 6.5 million internally displaced people (IDPs), and 13.5 million people in need (PiN) of protec...

    Authors: Shannon Doocy, Hannah Tappis and Emily Lyles
    Citation: Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2016 1:13
  4. Disasters have long been a scourge for humanity. With the advances in technology (in terms of computing, communications, and the ability to process, and analyze big data), our ability to respond to disasters i...

    Authors: Junaid Qadir, Anwaar Ali, Raihan ur Rasool, Andrej Zwitter, Arjuna Sathiaseelan and Jon Crowcroft
    Citation: Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2016 1:12
  5. With over 500,000 Syrian refugee children in Lebanon, we undertook this study to assess unmet child health needs and health service utilization among Syrian refugees and affected host communities in Lebanon wi...

    Authors: Emily Lyles, Baptiste Hanquart, Michael Woodman and Shannon Doocy
    Citation: Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2016 1:10
  6. Given the increased numbers of disasters and humanitarian crises which occur in the face of diminishing global resources, the contemporary disaster management and humanitarian fields face greater challenges to...

    Authors: Mizan Bustanul Fuady Bisri
    Citation: Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2016 1:8
  7. There remains a critical gap in understanding challenges faced by humanitarian workers who may be key in providing assistance during complex emergencies. This study examines self-reported views by humanitarian...

    Authors: Jess Bonnan-White and Ameena Issa
    Citation: Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2016 1:7
  8. In this article I set out to critically explore how campaigning for the rights of “children on the move” impacts on paternalism in humanitarianism. My aim was to trace the development of the notion of childre...

    Authors: Kyle Vella
    Citation: Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2016 1:3
  9. Situations of humanitarian crisis are often caused by armed conflicts. Given the prevalence of non-international armed conflicts today, ways of ameliorating these situations are at the forefront of concerns. T...

    Authors: Lottie Lane
    Citation: Journal of International Humanitarian Action 2016 1:2

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