The HUMLOG Blog publishes regularly, the latest posts have been:
- Ukraine Crisis: why you should donate for humanitarian logistics in the construction sector rather than sending supplies.
- HUMLOG Insitute's activities related to the War in Ukraine
- The Logistical Impact of not putting oneself in another's shoes
- The DigCBA project: Responsible Use of Digital Cash-Based Assistance in Refugee Crises
Activities Related to the War in Ukraine
As a research institute with extensive knowledge in humanitarian response, refugee crises, crisis preparedness, conflict, shelter, supply chains and cash modalities in humanitarian aid, the HUMLOG Institute has been busy since the beginning of the war in Ukraine. As a collective we have produced research outputs, conducted action research, spoken to various media outlets as well as been on the ground in Poland, coordinating and responding to the needs of refugees from Ukraine.
- An article in HBL where Gyöngyi Kovács advises against private deliveries of supplies to Ukraine as it blocks aid supply chains at the Polish border (in Swedish)
- An interview with Kristjana Adalgeirsdottir who describes the needs of refugees in Poland and praises the solidarity of people wanting to help (in Icelandic)
- An interview with Sarah Schiffling was recorded about the challenges and choices associated with unsolcited donations of relief supplies to support the humanitarian aid effort in Ukraine.
- A podcast episode by Gyöngyi Kovács discussing how everyone can best help with the crisis in Ukraine (in Swedish)
- An article where Wojciech Piotrowicz answers questions surrounding the Polish response and humanitarian mechanisms actively being tested by the war in Ukraine and ensuring refugee migration (in Polish)