Postdoc at the Ruhr-University Bochum (Institute for Peacekeeping Law and International Humanitarian Law) and project collaborator in her field research in Bangladesh, 2020, together with two colleagues

Applied Accompanying Research

Our goal: Scientific research on political, programmatic and organisational change processes which encourage the inclusion of persons with disabilities in humanitarian action.

The applied accompanying research is conducted by the Institute for International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict (IFHV) at the Ruhr-University Bochum. The results of the applied accompanying research will be published and made available for humanitarian practitioners, politics and science.

The applied accompanying research includes:

Creating and regularly reviewing the “Theory of Change” of the project.

Creating a scientific literature review on mainstreaming disability in humanitarian action

Conductingfield research and developing research reports with case studies on change processes in humanitarian organisations.

Documentation of good practices and collection of lessons learned based on the research reports.

Articles & Reports from the Applied Accompanying Research

Dissemination and publication of the research findings

The applied accompanying research aims to change the humanitarian practice by reporting on the research findings and sharing these with states, donors and humanitarian actors.

The articles and reports are publicly available and are disseminated through our project channels and activities.

Here you can find the articles and reports of the applied accompanying research.

Updates on Applied Accompanying Research:

Inclusion in the Health Sector – Report on our Online Training!

By Patricia Flaam|10. June 2021

Our project “Phase 2 – Leave no one behind!” promotes the inclusion of persons with disabilities in humanitarian action. We are using the global Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Guidelines on the Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action to help humanitarian actors to better understand the human rights-based approach to disability in their work. […]

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Successful implementation of our interactive and East Africa specific online training!

By Patricia Flaam|12. April 2021

Our project “Phase 2 – Leave no one behind!” promotes the inclusion of persons with disabilities in humanitarian action. We are using the global Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Guidelines on the Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action to help humanitarian actors to better understand the human rights-based approach to disability in their work. […]

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The French Version of the Global IASC Guidelines Is also Available Now!

By Sabrina Ebert|12. February 2021

In addition to the English, Spanish and Arabic version of the IASC (Inter-Agency Standing Committee) Guidelines on “Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action”, the French version has now also been published. The translation was done through our “Phase 2 – Leave no one behind! project. The global IASC Guidelines are the first humanitarian […]

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The Spanish Version of the IASC Guidelines on Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities Is Online!

By Sabrina Ebert|21. January 2021

In November 2019, the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) “Guidelines on Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action” were launched in New York. Now, through the support of the “Phase 2 – Leave no one behind!” project, a Spanish translation has been produced. The global Guidelines are a milestone in inclusive humanitarian action. They set […]

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