The Future of Humanitarian Action

Writing the next chapter

The number and severity of humanitarian crises are growing around the world. More people are displaced from their homes than at any time since World War II. And with a rapidly changing climate, more migration, conflict, pandemics, and natural disasters are expected. In this context, is the humanitarian system that exists today fit-for-purpose? This series brings together thought leaders from around the world to discuss the pressing humanitarian issues, and to look at the ways we must build our future together.

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Conversation series

There has never been a more important time to discuss the future of humanitarian action. Sector leaders join Devex journalists for impact-driven conversations on the tactics and issues at the heart of humanitarian action today.

Conversation 1: Decolonizing humanitarian aid


September 17, 2020

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Conversation 2: The fintech revolution powering the future of humanitarian aid


October 7, 2020

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Conversation 3: Breaking the Cycle: Gang violence as a humanitarian issue


October 20, 2020

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