A reactive, emergency mentality. A reflection of society. Lack of political pressure. These are a few of the reasons why gender disparity persists in the humanitarian sector.
Half the people we serve (and often more) are women. Gender parity is not only a question of principle, it’s about results.
Will a new urgency, sparked by frustration, help close the humanitarian gender gap?
Given the climate predictions for many areas effected by long-term conflict, is it time to think differently about the way cities are rebuilt or assisted during warfare?
Will a warming planet lead to a more violent world? Or will it inflict more suffering on those living through conflict?
Shall we rethink the methaphors used to describe volunteers?
Even in the digital age, people going through crisis can still fall through the cracks
Getting ahead of future trends is not always just about predicting particular events or outcomes.
As the planet warms due to climate change, weather patterns are changing and in many cases becoming more extreme.
Beyond projects and emergency response, how can international humanitarian organizations support sustainable humanitarian engagement at the local level?