December 18th, 2015
- Yesterday, during oral questions in the House of Lords, HART CEO Baroness Cox raised the ongoing situation in Nigeria. Directly afterwards, Lord Chidgey asked a question about human rights in Sudan, to which Baroness Cox gave an insightful contribution.
December 11th, 2015
- The HART team have just returned from their trip to Nigeria with incredible and tragic stories in hand. The full report will be forthcoming in the next week
- HART intern, Will Side, blogs on the failure of the Sudanese Peace talks, which have led to increased hostilities in the country.
December 1st, 2015During periods of conflict, aid funding for education falls in preference, with humanitarian organisations choosing to focus on food and health provisions. An Education for All report has shown that aid for education has fallen overall since 2010 by around £850 million, with around only 10% of aid going to the sector....
November 27th, 2015
- Previous HART intern Natasha Self examines the historical relationship between Timor-Leste and Indonesia in her blog ‘Indonesia and Timor Leste: from Occupation to Cooperation’
- HART Administrator Anna Cox discusses the role that development of essential services and infrastructure can play in helping to stem fighting in South Sudan.
November 26th, 2015handed over’ jurisdiction over the South to the North, unifying them into one state. Wars for South Sudan’s independence followed leading to a Comprehensive Peace Agreement being signed in 2005 with South Sudan eventually gaining independence from Sudan in 2011....
November 13th, 2015
- HART intern, Rowena Teall, published two blogs this week. The first, ‘Religious minorities in India: fears over growing intolerance’, discusses claims of growing intolerance towards religious minorities in India. The second, ‘Local actors: the future of humanitarian action’, looks at the merits of local partnerships and locally-led development initiatives.