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Research and Reports

This report covers some of the key learning from the 101 Seminar on Humanitarian Broadcasting led by BBC Media Action.

Research and Reports

In the UNHCR Report: Waves of life: the role of radio in Bhutanese refugee camps in Nepal, the author explains that radio is the cheapest and most widely available information mediums in the Bhutanese refugee camps.

She goes on to describe how radio is at the very core of refugee life there and can be heard all over the camps and in particular during certain times and events through out the day.

Research and Reports

 

The 2013 Humanitarian Accountability Report is now out.

To celebrate HAP’s 10th anniversary, the 2013 report reviews progress made over the past decade, and presents innovations the sector has adopted to make itself more accountable to populations affected by crises.

Research and Reports

The second seminar in the CDAC Network '101 Series' looked at using SMS in humanitarian response.

Wed, 2013-05-01
Humanitarianism in the Network Age Around the world, people are connecting through technology at an accelerating pace. I...
Case Studies

The International Peace Institute (IPI) together with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), hosted an interactive discussion, video presentation, and launch of a five-case study report on the role of new technologies in the prevention of violent conflict earlier this month.

Click here to view the event video on UStream>>

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