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Phase 2 Fieldwork Completed!
We have now completed our Phase 2 data collection in Northern Nigeria and South Sudan. In total, this means we have conducted interviews with over 175 IDPs and practitioners. We would like to extend huge thanks to our partners from the University of Ibadan and the University of Juba for their dedicated work. The team is very excited to move now to an intensive period of analysis!
We presented our research at the Geneva Centre for Humanitarian Studies!
Today, the Geneva Centre for Humanitarian Studies hosted our Data and Displacement project. Our team members presented our project at this event to get feedback on how to further develop our project. Participants from various organisations and academic institutions, including IOM, IFRC, and the Universities of Warwick, Juba and Ibadan attended this event, and there were Lots of interesting discussions on Humanitarian ethics, Humanitarian data, and on involving local actors in humanitarian research and decision making.