Policy paper

Building resilience and improving our responses to humanitarian emergencies through innovation and better use of evidence

Building resilience and improving our responses to humanitarian emergencies through innovation and better use of evidence.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Building resilience and improving our responses to humanitarian emergencies through innovation and better use of evidence

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The predicted impact of climate change, rapid and unplanned urbanisation, and conflict mean that the frequency and severity of crises will increase and affect more people in the future. To prepare for this uncertain future we will need to find innovative ways of working and use the best science to help identify the most effective interventions.

Published 30 April 2013