Skip to main content

Humanitarian Diplomacy: Challenges and Strategies for Negotiating with Non-State Armed Groups

Humanitarians operating on the front lines of today’s armed conflicts need to employ a skill set that combines both wit and tactics in order to overcome the strength and territorial supremacy of their armed group counterparts. In this article, we explore the challenges that humanitarians face when negotiating with non-state armed groups, the strategies available to them, and how these link to the practice of humanitarian diplomacy.

Read More

Protection Risks During COVID-19: Negotiating Safe Access to Gender-Based Violence Services in The Rohingya Refugee Response in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

The COVID-19 crisis has significant protection, health and socio-economic implications for the Rohingya refugee response. Nearly one million Rohingya refugees live alongside some of the most at-risk host communities in southern Bangladesh, a disaster-prone region already vulnerable to a wide-range of shocks and stresses, as well as domestic and gender-based violence.

Read More

COVID-19: A Special Role for Humanitarian Crisis Negotiators?

The COVID-19 crisis has significant protection, health and socio-economic implications for the Rohingya refugee response. Nearly one million Rohingya refugees live alongside some of the most at-risk host communities in southern Bangladesh, a disaster-prone region already vulnerable to a wide-range of shocks and stresses, as well as domestic and gender-based violence.

Read More

A Behavioral Analysis of Humanitarian Negotiations: CCHN Collaborates with International Research Team

Researchers from the University of Hamburg, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods and Hebrew University of Jerusalem will join CCHN Peer Workshops in 2020 to investigate behavioral idiosyncrasies of the humanitarian negotiation community. Results will be used for further evidence-based design of CCHN trainings and to aid the community in their daily tasks.

Read More
X