Developmentalising Humanitarian Space: Questioning the value of development approaches to protracted displacement

Can ‘development approaches’ in response to forced displacement work without a focus on refugee rights? In this post, Katharina Schmidt examines programmes, such as the Cash for Work (CfW) programme and humanitarian Water, Shelter and Hygiene (WASH) programmes, developed in Jordan following the Compact agreement of 2016. These programmes are designed to facilitate refugees’ independence … Continue reading Developmentalising Humanitarian Space: Questioning the value of development approaches to protracted displacement

Project Contributors

  Click on the names of our contributors below to see their articles, pieces and writings. If you are interested in writing a blog, please contact Aydan Greatrick on aydan.greatrick.15@ucl.ac.uk or sorcha.daly@ucl.ac.uk.   Guidelines for submissions can be found here. Aikaterini Antonopoulou: Aikaterini Antonopoulou is the Simpson Postdoctoral Fellow in Architecture at The University of Edinburgh, … Continue reading Project Contributors