Keyword Archives: policy
By Eileen Kennedy, Patrick Webb, Peter Walker, Edward Saltzman, Daniel Maxwell, Miriam Nelson and Sarah Booth (2011). Food and Nutrition Bulletin , Vol. 31(1), pp. 60-68.
This report details the migration experience and livelihood choices of Sudanese and Eritrean asylum seekers and migrants in Tel Aviv. The research is based on a scoping study conducted by a Feinstein Researcher Rebecca Furst-Nichols in November-December 2010.
The comments here are based on data collected by Feinstein teams in field work conducted in Karamoja since 2005, as reflected in the various studies on Karamoja available elsewhere on the Feinstein website. Read this document Download this document (PDF) … Read More
By Antonio Donini. In N. Gunewardana and M. Shuller, Capitalizing on Catastrophe: Neoliberal Strategies in Disaster Reduction, AltaMira Press, Plymouth: UK, 2008.
By Antonio Donini. In Larry Minear and Hazel Smith (eds), Humanitarian Diplomacy. Practitioners and their Craft, United Nations University Press, Tokyo-New York-Paris, 2007.
This study provides international NGOs with a rudimentary framework for strategic planning in the light of the likely challenges of ambiguity and change awaiting them during the next decade. It examines a series of hazard domains – environment, urbanization, migration, and HIV/AIDS – within which NGOs can exercise at least a modicum of control. It identifies other variables well beyond the capacity of NGOs to manage, including combinations of crises that cut across these individual domains and, more broadly still, civilization-changing events.
By P. Walker and S. Purdin. Disasters Journal Vol; 26 100-111
By Antonio Donini. In R. Vayrynen and W. Nafziger (eds), The Prevention of Humanitarian Emergencies, UNU-WIDER, Palgrave, New York, 2002.
By Daniel Maxwell (1998). Food Policy Vol. 23(2), pp. 123-130.
By Karen Jacobsen. International Migration Review. Fall 1996. (Vol. 30, No. 3, pp. 655-678.)