Humanitarian Action Study Group
The Humanitarian Action Study Group (HASG) brings together both scholars and practitioners of humanitarian action to share knowledge, expertise and experience in the areas of humanitarian action, humanitarian intervention, human rights / protection, complex emergencies and the inter-section of development and humanitarian programming. If appropriate, the group will also act as a focal point for networking in support new research initiatives (including applied research) in these areas.
This group is convened by Dr. Caitriona Dowd, Assistant Professor, DCU. All are welcome. To join this study group, or for further information, please contact the Caitriona at email@example.com, stating your institution/ngo, area of interest/research and any suggestions for activities.
- July 2020: EVENT and RESOURCE: Summary Humanitarian localisation in conflict-affected contexts
- July 2020: EVENT: Humanitarian Research Learning Series Webinar - Equitable Research Partnerships
- May 2020: RESOURCE: Summary Leveraging Research and Evidence for Humanitarian response During COVID-19
- May 2020: RESOURCE: Summary Humanitarian Research Learning Series - Institutional Panel
- May 2020: SURVEY - Supporting humanitarian response during COVID-19 with research - gap mapping and priorities
- May 2020: EVENT: Online Humanitarian Research Learning Series
- Jan 2020: RESOURCE: Summary and Recommendations from Conflict Sensitivity and Adaptive Approaches in Humanitarian Programming discussion
- Oct 2019: RESOURCE: Summary and Recommendations from Criminalisation of Humanitarian Space panel discussion
- May 2019: RESOURCE: Summary and Recommendations from Conflict, Hunger and IHL workshop
Dr. Caitriona Dowd
Caitriona Dowd is Assistant Professor in Security Studies at Dublin City University, where her research focuses on using data and digital technologies for monitoring and analysing conflict; and the intersection of conflict, humanitarian crises and protection of civilians. She has worked across research, policy and humanitarian practice, and has recently worked overseas in Somalia, Afghanistan, South Sudan, Central African Republic, Ethiopia, Haiti, Nigeria and Kenya.