Refugee Host’s Principal Investigator, Prof. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, will be speaking at the Art and Reconciliation symposium, to discuss interdisciplinarity and multiple perspectives in the study of responses to conflict induced displacement. The event takes place at Kings College, London, on the 29th November 2018. Book your place here. Featured image: (c) E. Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, 2018
In November 2018, Dr Estella Carpi from the Southern Responses to Displacement research team took part in “Working Together: Human Rights, the Sustainable Development Goals and Gender Equality,” a workshop held at the British Academy to launch a report of the same title. In this post, Dr Estella Carpi reflects on the workshop and the report,... Continue Reading →
‘One cannot come from outside and decide people’s needs on the basis of assumptions or experiences lived somewhere else.’ In this blog post Dr Estella Carpi interviews Lina Khoury, the founder of the Kahkaha project in Lebanon. The Kahkaha project aims to blur the boundaries between urban and Palestinian refugee camp spaces. To do this the... Continue Reading →
In this blog post, Southern Responses’ Research Associate Dr Estella Carpi explores the implications of the concept and process of ‘inclusion’ in relation to South-South Cooperation. This critique sheds new light on the challenges that the ‘localisation of aid’ agenda needs to face to become more responsive in humanitarian contexts.
In this blog post Prof. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh highlights the need for the analyses of local responses to be more attentive to the longstanding history of diverse “local/Southern” actors and examines the ways in which Southern-led responses can work alongside, or explicitly challenge, Northern-led responses to displacement.