The ICRC’s outgoing leader says the traditional humanitarian response model has ‘come to an end’. So what comes next?
Research shows the arrival of Syrian refugees in Lebanon did not hurt its economy. That hasn’t stopped politicians claiming ...
This investigation is based on nearly a year of in-depth reporting, including interviews with local and international aid ...
An investigation by The New Humanitarian and Al Jazeera revealed years of widespread abuse allegations against aid workers at ...
Of the seven countries I’ve travelled through, Mexico has been the worst in its treatment of migrants coming through. It’s ...
In response, women have been burning their headscarves and cutting off their hair in public squares and online, and leading ...
As crises expand and increasingly overlap around the world, we look at key issues on (and off) the humanitarian radar.
By building an inclusive disaster response, Pakistan’s government has the chance to finally do right by its large Afghan ...
More than 100 Tamil Sri Lankan asylum seekers face an uncertain fate on a remote UK island in the Indian Ocean.
Sex abuse and exploitation has long dogged the UN and the aid sector, most recently with persistence and scale of allegations emerging at the Protection of Civilians camp in Malakal, South Sudan.
As the country lurches from tourist destination to hunger hotspot, even those who’ve kept their jobs are struggling to afford ...
It's time for a different approach in Haiti – one that reckons with the enduring harms Global North policies have inflicted ...