On World Humanitarian Day join us for the launch of 'Aid in Danger: The Perils and Promise of Humanitarianism' - a hard look at violent attacks against aid workers on the frontlines of humanitarian crises.
This two-day conference hosted by ODI and CARE International UK and funded by Big Lottery Fund will focus on two key thematic areas: vulnerabilities faced by women migrant workers and challenges in developing lasting policy solutions.
Businesses are increasingly at the forefront of humanitarian response. But are they motivated by profit, public relations or the desire to do good – and does it matter? This event will discuss how private companies have long supported – and continue to support – people during humanitarian crises in innovative ways.
Focussing on case studies in Chile, Indonesia, Mongolia and Kenya that were conducted as part of ODI's Development Progress project, this event examined the factors improving education quality at a national level.
A flagship half-day event for key UK and international stakeholders exploring whether international aid can play a role in defending lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) rights in developing countries.