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Jennifer Becker
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Sofiya Popovych
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Mathew Gabriel
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Logan Cochrane

life-saving interventions run by humanitarian actors and the expectations set by donors regarding that. Importantly, the research includes and amplifies the voices of programme volunteers and their experiences of humanitarian crisis and response, as well as the effects these have on gender roles within their families and communities. To investigate the extent to which gender transformative action is possible within humanitarian emergencies, this research focuses on Save the Children’s child nutrition programmes in northeast Nigeria. While the ultimate outcome of the

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Synchronicity in Historical Research and Archiving Humanitarian Missions
Bertrand Taithe
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Mickaël le Paih
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Fabrice Weissman

of Migration and Exile. Perspectives from the Humanities ( Oslo : Scandinavian University Press ), pp. 166 – 88 . Loewenberg , S. ( 2017 ), ‘ Famine Fears in Northeast Nigeria as Boko Haram Fight Rages ’, The Lancet , 389 : 10067 , 352 . Lynch

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How Can Humanitarian Analysis, Early Warning and Response Be Improved?
Aditya Sarkar
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Benjamin J. Spatz
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Alex de Waal
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Christopher Newton
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Daniel Maxwell

). Miller , J. ( forthcoming 2022 ), ‘ The Politics and Profit of a Crisis: A Political Marketplace Analysis of the Humanitarian Crisis in Northeast Nigeria ’, Conflict Research Programme and World Peace Foundation Occasional Paper No. 32 (Medford, MA: Tufts University), https://sites.tufts.edu/wpf/conflict-research-programme-2/ . Minear , L

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