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Making Lives: Refugee Self-Reliance and Humanitarian Action in Cities

Making Lives: Refugee Self-Reliance and Humanitarian Action in Cities

Today I am launching Making Lives: Refugee Self-Reliance and Humanitarian Action in Cities, the final publication of a year-long research project into refugee self-reliance and humanitarian action in cities, which I carried out last year with the Humanitarian Affairs Team (Save the Children), the Bartlett Development Planning Unit (University College London), and Jindal School of International Affairs (O. P. Jindal Global University). […]
Petition for Maha Abderrahman (November, 2017)

Petition for Maha Abderrahman (November, 2017)

Cambridge, 10th November 2017 We, the undersigned, categorically reject the malicious and totally unfounded allegations made against Dr Maha Abdelrahman in the Italian newspaper La Repubblica on 2 November 2017. Dr Abdelrahman, an internationally highly-regarded scholar at Cambridge University, was the supervisor of Giulio Regeni, an Italian PhD student, who was conducting research on Egyptian […]
Refugee Self-Reliance: Moving Beyond the Marketplace (October, 2017)

Refugee Self-Reliance: Moving Beyond the Marketplace (October, 2017)

https://www.rsc.ox.ac.uk/news/new-research-in-brief-on-refugee-self-reliance I have contributed to this research in brief with my study on Halba in northern Lebanon. You can download the whole paper here: https://www.rsc.ox.ac.uk/publications/refugee-self-reliance-moving-beyond-the-marketplace. The issue of how to promote refugee self-reliance has become of heightened importance as the number of forcibly displaced people in the world rises and budgets for refugees in long-term situations […]
Humanitarian Pedagogies of Transit (September 2017)

Humanitarian Pedagogies of Transit (September 2017)

(Syrian refugee children at school in Turkey. Photo credit: worldbulletin.net) http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2017/09/26/humanitarian-pedagogies-of-transit/ Despite the traditionally temporary character of their interventions, humanitarian agencies providing ad hoc services in crisis-affected areas are increasingly viewing education as a necessity. As such, education has been progressively integrated into the standard humanitarian toolkit. Delivering formal education in crises, however, remains an […]
Jeu et sport. Comprendre les enjeux entre pratiques de développement, protection et migration

Jeu et sport. Comprendre les enjeux entre pratiques de développement, protection et migration

(Photo by Right to Play-Ethiopia). Appel à communications pour l’atelier: Jeu et sport. Comprendre les enjeux entre pratiques de développement, protection et migration WOCMES 2018 Séville (Espagne) 16-20 Juillet 2018. Suite aux derniers flux migratoires provenant de certains pays du Moyen-Orient, les organisations internationales humanitaires mettent en place des projets de développement ayant comme moyen […]
“Muslim Women” and Gender Inequality in Australia’s Assimilationist-Multicultural Policies. Participation in Sport as a Case Study

“Muslim Women” and Gender Inequality in Australia’s Assimilationist-Multicultural Policies. Participation in Sport as a Case Study

Published on “About Gender” 6 (11), 2017: 324-353. Available online at: http://www.aboutgender.unige.it/index.php/generis/article/view/383 Abstract When talking about Islam, the “religionization” of subjects – in particular female subjects – becomes the primary analytical tool to describe power relations within cultural groups and in multicultural societies. Likewise, religionization is widely employed in neoliberal western societies to discuss the […]
White Helmets, Not White Collars

White Helmets, Not White Collars

Source: the Independent. White Helmets, Not White Collars http://www.syriauntold.com/en/2017/06/white-helmets-not-white-collars/ By Estella Carpi. Last autumn, Max Blumenthal’s commentary on the White Helmets in Syria went viral in the international media. At the same time, the 2016 White Helmets movie and the “Hollywoodization” of civilian search and rescue operations became objects of discussion and even suspicion in […]