This blog series continues the conversation from the recently launched Forced Migration Review 70th issue on Knowledge, Voice and Power, which was supported by LERRN. In this blog series we feature authors from around the world reflecting on questions about involving people with lived experiences of displacement in multiple contexts, as well as scholars based in the Global South, from research to policy discussions.
Friday, February 10, 2023
Humanitarian Worker Experiences of Structural Inequalities, Organizational Hierarchies, and Disconnections from Humanitarian Principles
Nada Yehia The Beginning Growing up in Egypt in the 1990s & 2000s, I have always been surrounded by news...
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Leveraging Collective Intelligence to hear voices of displaced populations in Iraq
Dr Prithvi Hirani and Robert Trigwell Please find the full version of the study on the IOM website The expansion of digital technology and...