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As development practitioners, we need to improve vital coherence with humanitarian and peace actors
The ‘triple nexus’ is a shared responsibility between development, humanitarian and peace actors – Amy Dodd considers the steps needed to move from discussion to increased action.
Peace in the triple nexus: what challenges do donors face?
How does 'peace' fit in the humanitarian nexus? Sarah Dalrymple and Angus Urquhart identify and clarify four key questions
From withdrawal to adaptation: How can development actors shift towards sustaining engagement and financing at scale during a crisis?
DI’s Sarah Dalrymple highlights some key research questions towards building coherence across development, crisis and peace sectors
The future of humanitarian transparency – assembling the big picture
Anna Petruccelli and Daniel Stevens discuss the Grand Bargain's transparency commitment, and progress toward greater humanitarian transparency.
What people want: building resilience and stability in conflict and crises
DFID’s Matthew Wyatt and Barbara Lecq talk about efforts to make our development, humanitarian and peacebuilding investments coherent
Placing affected people at the heart of the Grand Bargain transparency commitment
2018 is important for the Grand Bargain’s first workstream: greater transparency.
Connecting IATI and FTS for streamlined humanitarian reporting
An introduction to a pilot project that aims to provide an automated way for organizations to publish information about their humanitarian funding.
Joining up data in the humanitarian–development nexus: Why does it matter?
Beata Lisowska explores how humanitarian development data could be joined up to give a complete picture of the regions in greatest need.