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1. Humanitarian principles and law (word limit 300 words)
What are the main challenges associated with implementing humanitarian operations on the basis of humanitarian principles and international law? How can the UK best support global efforts to strengthen protection of civilians and increase access to timely and effective humanitarian assistance in situations of armed conflict?
2. International Humanitarian architecture (word limit 300 words)
What are the main reforms that are needed in the organisation, governance and financing of the international humanitarian system? What changes are needed in order to deliver bespoke approaches, driven by the needs of affected people?
3. Risk and resilience (word limit 300 words)
How can the UK further increase its support for efforts to build resilience?
4. Protracted crises (word limit 300 words)
What are the key measures that could be taken to strengthen UK and international approaches to protracted, conflict related crises, including situations of protracted displacement? What is the scope/limitations of efforts to better link humanitarian and developmental approaches in these contexts?
5. UK Humanitarian Response (word limit 300 words)
Does the UK have the correct capabilities to respond to humanitarian emergencies and does it currently provide the right balance between multi-lateral and bilateral support?
6. Other suggestions (word limit 300 words)
We welcome views on other issues, not identified here. Do you have further suggestions for how the UK Government and its partners should respond to humanitarian crisis?