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When disaster meets conflict: A scenario-based approach to the politics of disaster governance in conflict settings

Source(s):  International Institute for Social Studies, Erasmus University of Rotterdam (ISS NL)

Existing research on the disaster-conflict nexus is commonly too general to inform practice. A scenario-based approach that centres on comparable cases can help aid actors to learn, identify and apply best practices in their specific context.

Research from the ‘When disaster meets conflict’ programme analyses how state, non-state and humanitarian actors respond to disasters in three conflict scenarios: high-intensity conflict, low-intensity conflict and post-conflict. This research brief presents a selection of key findings from 5 years of research led by Prof. Dorothea Hilhorst. Country case studies include Afghanistan, South Sudan, Yemen, Ethiopia, Myanmar, Zimbabwe, Haiti, Sierra Leone and Nepal.



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  • When disaster meets conflict: A scenario-based approach to the politics of disaster governance in conflict settings
  • Publication date 2020
  • Author(s) Hilhorst, Thea; van Voorst, Roanne; Desportes, Isabelle et al.
  • Number of pages 7 p.

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