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COVID-19 dominated headlines in 2020. The pandemic shocked the world,exacerbating existing crises, overshadowing new ones, and creating all kinds of knock-on health, economic and social effects.
Against the backdrop of 2020, what can we expect in the year ahead? What will be the continued fallout from COVID-19? What other crises and trends are on the horizon?
Join us on Thursday 4 February at 3-4.30pm CET for an online conversation as we dive into our annual Crises to Watch list and ask leading thinkers in the humanitarian space what should demand our attention. Register here.
Did you miss something you wanted to attend? Check out the audio and takeaways for recent events, below.
|10 December 2020||What happens to sexual abuse survivors after the headlines fade?|
|18 June 2020||When the West falls into crisis: Rethinking humanitarianism in the midst of #BlackLivesMatter and COVID-19|
|31 March 2020||Burkina Faso's Spiralling Crisis|
|19 March 2020||How will COVID-19 impact crisis zones?|
|20 January 2020||Ten humanitarian crises and trends to watch in 2020|
|27 June 2019||In conversation with The New Humanitarian: The Grand Bargain – where to now?|
|13 May 2019||From the Ground Up: Local and indigenous approaches to humanitarian aid and disaster risk reduction|
|10 April 2019||Launch of the Fragile States Index 2019|
|22 March 2019||From the ground up: the state of local aid|
|21 March 2019||IRIN becomes The New Humanitarian|
|29 January 2019||The future of the UN's agency for Palestine refugees|
|8 November 2018||Countering Militancy in the Sahel: What Works? What doesn't?|
|7 November 2018||Media's Local and Global Contributions to Peacebuilding|