New on the blog: The trafficking and geopolitical dynamics of the emigration crisis on the Polish-Belarussian border.

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ow can civil society be supported and enhanced in post-conflict scenarios? Despite the recognition of their added value and importance, NGOs often come under significant strain as they guard the frontline of accountability during conflict and are often seen as the guardians of the peace agreements post-conflict.
The recent migration chaos on the border of Belarus and Poland once again brought to the fore the issue of emigration from the Middle East. In the last few months, over 5,000 people, mostly from Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Yemen have been trapped between Poland and Belarus.
With plans to do fieldwork in Kathmandu, Bogotà and Belfast, bookended by conferences in Beirut and Freetown, we had an exciting, and busy, 2020 planned. And then, of course, came COVID-19, and travel was suddenly the last thing on our minds.
In this blog you will meet those who have failed Afghanistan. As a Hub focus country, with Hub researchers now at-risk, Neelam's blog is a record of a collective failure that needs little introduction.
Although the Victims and Land Restitution Law has been in force for ten years, on average, two out of every three land restitution applications is…
This blog was originally published on the LSE Impact Blog . The commodification of higher education and the push for market-orientated knowledge means that researchers…
There are times when we all wonder why we are doing what we are doing – when we feel exhausted and depleted of energy and…
“It was a sudden full stop. We had to stay back home and be safe. It was hard to earn a living. Such an unexpected…

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