The Bartlett Development Planning Unit


Refugee Self-Reliance and Humanitarian Action in Urban Markets

23 June 2017, 12:00 pm–1:00 pm

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Rendezvous Space, 1st Floor Save the Children UK, 1, St John Lane EC1M 4AR, London
Our talk will draw on two research hubs: ‘Refugee Self-Reliance and Humanitarian Action in Urban Markets’, a joint programme of the Humanitarian Affairs Team (Save the Children UK) and the Bartlett Development Planning Unit (UCL); and 'Refugee (self-)support in the city', led by O. P. Jindal Global University in India and funded by the International Institute for Environment and Development.
The two projects explore the issues of urban refugee self-reliance in Thessaloniki (Greece), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), Halba (Lebanon), and New Delhi (India), and how humanitarian programming – especially livelihoods – meets refugee development needs and aspirations. We will also emphasise the role and the socio-economic practices of city authorities, humanitarian actors, and local citizens in urban markets.
Estella Carpi, Research Associate, Bartlett Development Planning Unit (UCL) and Humanitarian Affairs Adviser, Save the Children UK. 
Sophie Dicker, Research Manager, Save the Children UK.
Fernando Espada, Head of Humanitarian Affairs, Save the Children UK.
Jessica Field, Assistant Professor in International Affairs, O.P. Jindal Global University, India (Haryana), Research Fellow at the University of Manchester, and Research Associate with UCL. 
Juliano Fiori, Head of Studies (Humanitarian Affairs), Save the Children UK.
Yamini Mookherjee, research consultant, Foundation for Rural Recovery and Development.
Anubhav Dutt Tiwari, Research Associate, O.P. Jindal Global University.
The project will also be presented: 
Tuesday 20 June, 12-6pm at the University of Manchester, Arthur Lewis Building, Oxford Road.
Thursday June 22, 9.30-11am at the UCL Humanitarian Summit, Roberts Foyer and Robert G06, which will also host a small visual exhibition of the research project.
For RSVP contact: S.Dicker@savethechildren.org.uk.
Please register at the front desk on your arrival.