Why is gender-based violence so endemic within humanitarian settings? Poorly planned distributions can create the perfect conditions for exploitation from strangers, abusive intimate partners, or by aid workers themselves. But there are steps humanitarian actors can take to help prevent it. Laura Hendy from World Jewish Relief tells us more.
Done right, integrated mental health support can demonstrably lead to stronger, more inclusive and peaceful communities, resulting in people feeling more positive and hopeful for the future. Ruth Simpson of International Alert tells us about their work on integrated mental health in peacebuilding.
The Anti-Boycott Bill will prevent concerned citizens from using the few instruments they have to call attention to global injustice and refusing to support oppressive practices.
The ‘Illegal Migration Bill’ contradicts Britain’s responsibilities to people seeking safety and protection. Where does it fall short?
This online briefing explored the possible impacts of the new legislation on INGOs and gave delegates an opportunity to ask questions about how it might affect your organisation.
This learning summary draws on reflections and lessons from the Police Bill Alliance, a coalition of five organisations that launched a campaign against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts (PCSC) Bill.
How can we improve engagement so that it delivers on its promise of greater inclusion and impact for all? This paper looks at the principles behind effective engagement and outlines key steps that government and CSOs can take to improve it for all.
As the UK government and INGOs scale-up their humanitarian efforts in Ukraine, now is the right time to ask what a responsible approach would look like in terms of reinforcing the local response.