Volume , September 2021
Table of Contents
International Conference on Social and Humanitarian Research will be organized on 17-18th September 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on humanitarian needs and responses in the last year and puts solidarity to the test. The competition over vaccines where poor and conflict-affected areas are at the bottom of the list to be served shows us the naked reality of humanitarian politics and it is feared this situation will compound humanitarian crises even more. While the volume and range of humanitarian activities are higher than ever. The drive for localization, increasing use of cash transfers, rapid changes in the use of technologies, increasing attention for disaster risk reduction, and changing approaches to accountability and participation continue to have a major impact on the way humanitarianism is organized, implemented and how it impacts crisis-affected people and communities. As humanitarianism increasingly seeks to build on local capacities and people’s resilience, questions can be raised as to what this means for the protection of vulnerable people.
All papers will get published with a special DOI number and ISBN from Poland. Research papers will get indexed in various libraries and databases.
Published: Sep 16, 2021