This section includes links to other relevant publications on humanitarian assistance, aid architecture and financing:


Independent Commission on Multilateralism, ICM Policy Paper: Humanitarian Engagements, January 2017

Secure Access in Volatile Environemnts (SAVE), What It Takes: Principled pragmatism to enable access and quality humanitarian aid in insecure environments, November 2016

Secure Access in Volatile Environemnts (SAVE), The effects of insecurity on humanitarian coverage, November 2016

Secure Acess in Volatile Environments (SAVE)Eyes and Ears on the Ground: Monitoring aid in insecure environments, October 2016

Andre Heller Perache, Samuel Carpenter and Lucie Lecarpentier, If basic life support is a pull-factor, let them come, MSF Opinion and Debate, June 2016

Marc DuBois, Don't blur the lines between development and humanitarian work, The Guardian, May 2016

Médecins Sans Frontières, Emergency now: A call for action beyond summits, May 2016 

Marc DuBois, Three big questions for the World Humanitarian Summit, Humanicontrarian, May 2016 

International Committee of the Red Cross, World Humanitarian Summit: ICRC's comment on the UN Secretary General's Report, April 2016 

HERE-Geneva, On the Right Track? Reasserting the Priorities of Humanitarian Action, May 2016 

Jens Pedersen, The nexus of peace building, development and humanitarianism in conflict affected contexts: A respect for boundaries, Life & Peace Institute, May 2016 

Secure Access in Volatile Environments (SAVE), Access and quality: Enabling access and quality humanitarian aid in insecure environments, Humanitarian Outcomes, November 2016

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action (ALNAP), The State of Humanitarian System 2015, October 2015

Sean Healy and Sandrine Tiller, Where is everyone? Responding to emergencies in the most difficult places, Médecins Sans Frontières, July 2014

Norwegian Refugee Council, A partnership at risk? The UN-NGO relationship in light of UN integration, February 2012