PROGRAMMES
Humanitarian and Development

The Humanitarian and Development Programme at IRIS was developed to help those in the welfare sector deal with the increasingly complex humanitarian environment and the new challenges facing international aid and cooperation. The Programme’s research activities are focused on strategic planning, geopolitics, international relations and organisational leadership. Its work analyses critical changes in the humanitarian system, their major driving forces and leveraging these changes strategically.

15.12.2016
Evolution of the Donorship Landscape & Emergence of New Aid Actors in Asia: Key Trends Analysis to 2020
By the Inter-Agency Regional Analysts Network
13.12.2016
Health is neither a Business nor an Algorithm!
by Frédéric Bizard, Economist

01.12.2016
Is a Life without Aids possible?
By Dr Michel Bourrelly; IHU Marseille la Timone, President of "Paris sans Sida"
24.11.2016
Remodelling Humanitarian Action: why and how?
by Bernard Hours, Social Anthropologist, CESSMA
17.11.2016
Health will not turn green
07.11.2016
Between the Hammer and the Anvil: Health Issues and Electoral Behaviours in the United States
by Roger Persichino, Author of “The Presidential Elections in the United States” (Gallimard 2008)
15.10.2016
How will the international counterterrorism architecture evolve in the next 5 years and in what way does it affect humanitarian action?
IRIS
12.10.2016
Humanitarian Assistance In The Information Economy : The Role of Information Management
By Sandra SUDHOFF, Technical Director and IM Manager and Timo LÜGE, Senior Communications and Advocacy Expert, CartONG
29.09.2016
Camps in Humanitarian crises: Behind the Scenes
by Mérick Freedy Alagbe
Successfull Transitions and how to measure Collaborative Action in Global Health
Bruno Rivalan, Director (France), Global Health Action, Global Health Advocates
26.09.2016
Health for all. The Cornerstone of our Societies: a Threatened Promise?
22.09.2016
« Global Health » Think Tank’s Manifesto
15.09.2016
Seasonal Migrations of Marginalized (Tribal) Communities in Madhya Pradesh & Rajasthan: Foresight Analysis and Scenarios by 2020
By the Inter-Agency Regional Analysts Network
Crisis in Burundi: a Three-Year Outlook for the Region 2016-2019
IRIS
Contact
Senior Research Fellow
Michel Maietta

+33 (0)1 53 27 60 60
Experts
Michel Maietta
Senior Research Fellow
Nathalie Ernoult
Associate Research Fellow
Guillermo Giarratana
Associate Research Fellow
Eilidh Kennedy
Research Fellow
Sylvie Matelly
Deputy Director
Antoine Petibon
Associate Research Fellow
Anne Sénéquier
Associate Research Fellow
Jacques Serba
Associate Research Fellow
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Humanitarian Affairs Think Tank
The Humanitarian Affairs Think Tank aims to be a forum for dialogue and research on the evolution of the humanitarian space and the role of its stakeholders.
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« Global Health » Think tank
Under the leadership of Nathalie Ernoult and Dr. Anne Senequier, the “Global Health” Think Tank’s ambition is to create an open and lively space for reflection where the powers that influence standards and regulatory frameworks in global health, are examined and analysed by our network of experts.
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Humanitarian Foresight Think Tank
This think tank is dedicated to foresight in the humanitarian sector.
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IARAN - The Inter-Agency Regional Analysts Network
The IARAN operating model is to create an analytical capacity in humanitarian organizations that can exploit both qualitative and quantitative methods, tools and approaches to drive strategic foresight for the sector. It is defined by several key elements, its partnership approach (which it is hoping to grow), innovation in tools and methods, and continuous learning.
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They trust us
  • Futuribles
  • University of Naples
  • University of Denver – Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures
  • Save the Children
  • Action Contre la Faim
  • Rädda Barnen
  • Médecins du Monde
  • Première Urgence International
  • Solidarités International
  • MSF Access Campaign
  • Alima
  • Make Sense