Gaza Crisis

The repercussions of armed conflict, mass forced displacement and growing food insecurity in Gaza are compounded by barriers to the supply and delivery of humanitarian assistance and the inability of a collapsed health care system to cater to the needs of a large population grappling with injuries and illnesses. This page provides links to resources on relevant emerging social science evidence as well as past social science research, shedding light on both protracted and newly emerged vulnerabilities underpinning the realities of delivering aid in the changing context of Gaza.
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Sudan Crisis

This page provides links to articles, blogs and relevant news media about the historical and socio-political dynamics underpinning the conflict in Sudan.
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Mpox Outbreak

Recent Mpox (formerly known as monkeypox) infections have been identified in non-endemic regions, with most occurring through longer chains of human-to-human spread in people without a history of contact. Ending Mpox transmission requires a better understanding of the social, ecological and scientific interconnections between endemic and non-endemic areas.
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Updates on the COVID-19 pandemic

Our work focuses on the social dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic, including vaccine acceptance and uptake.

Cross-cutting themes are the political economy of the epidemic and responses to it, diverse forms of knowledge and experience, state-society relationships, history and context.

Explore resources created by the team and other relevant resources from the sector.
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Rohingya Refugee Crisis

This report analyses the socio-normative values, beliefs and practices of the Rohingya around health, wellbeing and nutrition, and around the protection of children, adolescents and women (including gender norms) in the context of mass displacement from Myanmar to refugee camps in Bangladesh.
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