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30 Jul 2015
Turning the humanitarian system on its head (July 2015)

The global humanitarian system is overstretched; inadequately investing in risk reduction and prevention, and providing assistance that is often...

29 Jul 2015
'That’s when I realized I was nobody' – A climate of fear for LGBT people in Kazakhstan (July 2015)

Harassment, discrimination, and the threat of violence color the everyday lives of LGBT people in Kazakhstan. They are faced with hostility behind the...

28 Jul 2015
Is Côte d'Ivoire facing religious radicalism? (July 2015)

Religious radicalism in Côte d’Ivoire has not, for the moment, reached the scale seen elsewhere in the region. However, the country is not...

27 Jul 2015
Shifting the foreign aid paradigm — Paying for outcomes (July 2015)

While global development is about much more than aid, US foreign assistance is, and will remain, one of the most visible tools for US development policy...

24 Jul 2015
'They burned it all': Destruction of villages, killings, and sexual violence in Unity State South Sudan (July 2015)

In late April 2015, South Sudan’s government forces—the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (the “SPLA”)—and allied armed...

23 Jul 2015
22 Jul 2015
A difficult profession: Media freedom under attack in the Western Balkans (July 2015)

Vladimir Mitrić, a Serbian journalist, has always been drawn towards unearthing the darker side of life: human and drug smuggling; war crimes; corrupt...

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