Whether travelling by train, road, foot or plane, migrants and asylum seekers often find themselves in extremely vulnerable situations.
With conflict and ravaged infrastructure complicating the response, the Somalia drought crisis is a case study on the challenges of saving lives in a complex emergency.
To keep pace with rapid and sweeping change, the humanitarian sector needs to fundamentally transform the way it works, moving from isolated action to collective impact.
Getting ahead of future trends is not always just about predicting particular events or outcomes.
Like many Pacific island nations, the Republic of the Marshall Islands is in a race against time. With sea levels rising and the population affected by a succession of droughts and heavy tropical storms, the country faces existential threats that are abstractions for many other nations.