Partnerships and principles in conflict contexts: Voices from Nigeria and South Sudan
Partnerships between international organizations and local actors are key for the delivery of principled humanitarian aid. While progress has been made through the Principles of Partnership, much more is needed to implement these principles. This is particularly true for applying the humanitarian principles in conflict contexts – the delivery of principled humanitarian aid is a challenging endeavour in these settings that requires continuous attention.
Join us on 2 June for a launch event of the report based on this research. To discuss the results and their implications, we will be joined by the principal investigators from both research teams, representatives of local organizations and the UN in these two contexts, as well as experts on global policy.