Recent Submissions

  • Humanitarianism and Covid-19: Structural Dilemmas, Fault Lines, and New Perspectives 

    Allouche, Jeremy; te Lintelo, Dolf J.H. (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04-12)
    The unprecedented threat posed by the Covid-19 pandemic has presented a crisis for the international humanitarian system. At a time when the number of people in need of assistance has drastically expanded, humanitarian ...
  • Notes on Contributors 

    Allouche, Jeremy; te Lintelo, Dolf J.H. (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04-12)
    This is the notes on contributors for IDS Bulletin Vol 53 No 2: Humanitarianism and Covid-19: Structural Dilemmas, Fault Lines, and New Perspectives.
  • Editorial: Covid-19 Responses: Insights into Contemporary Humanitarianism 

    Allouche, Jeremy; te Lintelo, Dolf J.H. (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04-12)
    The multifaceted nature of the Covid-19 pandemic has presented a crisis for the international humanitarian system, not only in terms of health impacts, but of socioeconomic challenges and increased inequalities. At a time ...
  • Covid-19 and Urban Migrants in the Horn of Africa: Lived Citizenship and Everyday Humanitarianism 

    Müller, Tanja R. (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04-12)
    This article focuses on the everyday humanitarianism of migrant communities in three cities in the Horn of Africa: Nairobi, Addis Ababa, and Khartoum. It is framed around the concept of lived citizenship, defined as a means ...
  • Localising Refugee Assistance: Examining Refugee-Led Organisations and the Localisation Agenda During the Covid-19 Pandemic 

    Easton-Calabria, Evan (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04-12)
    Drawing on 70 interviews with humanitarians, members of governments, and civil society organisations, including refugee-led organisations, from major refugee-hosting countries in 2020 and 2021, this article explores the ...
  • The Covid-19 Pandemic and Alternative Governance Systems in Idlib 

    Beaujouan, Juline (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04-12)
    As Covid-19 hit Syria after a decade of protracted conflict, the fragmentation of the territory and governance system prevented the adoption of a national strategy to mitigate the impact of the pandemic. In Idlib Governorate, ...
  • Left Behind: The Multiple Impacts of Covid-19 on Forcibly Displaced People 

    Valette, Delphine; Korobkova, Natalia (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04-12)
    To better understand vaccination barriers and the impacts of Covid-19 on forcibly displaced persons (FDPs, i.e. refugees, and internally displaced persons (IDPs)), World Vision International carried out a multi-country ...
  • Anti-Migrant Authoritarian Populism and the Global Vaccination Challenge 

    Proudfoot, Philip; Rohwerder, Brigitte (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04-12)
    This article explores the ways in which anti-migrant and refugee discourses and policies have flourished throughout the Covid-19 pandemic despite dominant global public health concerns, especially around vaccines. Our ...
  • The Health of People with Disabilities in Humanitarian Settings During the Covid-19 Pandemic 

    Hunt, Xanthe; Banks, Lena Morgon (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04-12)
    People with disabilities are at a higher risk of poor health outcomes and face barriers to accessing health services, which may be exacerbated in humanitarian settings and during the Covid-19 pandemic. This scoping review ...
  • Covid-19’s Effects on Contraceptive Services Across the Humanitarian– Development Nexus 

    Jacobi, Lily; Rich, Sarah (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04-12)
    Sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services, including contraception, save lives in humanitarian emergencies. To document practitioners’ perceptions of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on contraceptive programming ...
  • Glossary 

    Allouche, Jeremy; te Lintelo, Dolf J.H. (Institute of Development Studies, 2022-04-12)
    This is the glossary for IDS Bulletin Vol 53 No 2: Humanitarianism and Covid-19: Structural Dilemmas, Fault Lines, and New Perspectives.