Rethinking Humanitarianism is back with new episodes exploring the future of aid.
During our first season, we delved into a range of problems confronting humanitarian response, including: the way data is managed, the limits of the sector’s fight against climate change, and the colonial roots of aid.
In this new season, we’re going to rethink some of the tired concepts that have plagued the world’s response to crises and explore efforts to address the challenges the sector faces.
We’ll be rethinking the role of NGOs in military interventions like Afghanistan and examining the progress made – or lack thereof – towards diversity, equity, and inclusion in humanitarian response.
Join us for season two of Rethinking Humanitarianism, hosted by CEO Heba Aly. Coming to a podcasting app near you on September 15th.
Search for “The New Humanitarian” in your preferred podcast app (available on Spotify, Apple, Google, Stitcher, and Youtube) and subscribe to make sure you never miss an episode.
In the meantime, catch up on the first season below: