The Challenges Facing Refugee Integration in EuropeHumanitarian Governance
According to Eurostat, an unprecedented number of asylum seekers arrived in Europe in 2015, the majority of whom were primarily fleeing the civil war in Syria. As of early 2018, Germany has been host to the largest number of people, having granted protection to 593,410 asylum seekers in 2015...
26 Aug 2018
Migration Influxes and European Compassion: How Long Do We Need to Wait for an Informed Sustainability?Humanitarian Governance
Over the last two months, everyone with internet access has surely come across the picture of Aylan Kurdi, the Syrian toddler drowned in Turkish waters on a beach of Bodrum last September 2. It seems the photo of Aylan, along with waves of refugees trying to cross to Eastern...
10 Nov 2015
Implementing Ownership in Fragile and Least Developed Countries: Could it be done from the outside?Humanitarian Governance
Since 2000, aid effectiveness agenda has become a high priority among donors. In this context, OECD organized a series of high-level fora, which have provided the setting for a number of key declarations and agreements on aid effectivness. Among them, the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, endorsed in 2005...
01 Nov 2015
The grey areas between emergency and non-emergency policies: Lebanon as a new interdisciplinary perspectiveHumanitarian Governance
In the wake of large and small-scale armed conflicts, popular protests and requests for economic reforms and political freedom over the last decade, the Middle Eastern region had to cope with a massive influx of refugees, in particular from Syria. In Lebanon, the reiterated states of emergency due to...
29 Jun 2015