Cookies on this website
We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you click 'Continue' we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies and you won't see this message again. Click 'Find out more' for information on how to change your cookie settings.

Micro-finance: startup seed funding for refugees

Blogs / articles Media coverage

Evan Easton-Calabria and Naohiko Omata write for Refugees Deeply

Ockenden International Prize awarded to YARID! | Naohiko Omata

Blogs / articles

Read this latest blog from the Humanitarian Innovation Project

Japan’s problem with refugees goes way beyond offensive manga | Naohiko Omata

Blogs / articles Media coverage

Dr Naohiko Omata writes about the derogatory connotations of the word ‘refugee’ in Japanese

Naohiko Omata encounters not ‘refugee artists’ but ‘artists who happened to become refugees’ in Uganda

Blogs / articles Media coverage

Dr Omata writes for The Conversation about the creative people he met in Rwamwamja refugee camp

HIP meet resettled refugees in Dallas

Blogs / articles

Louise Bloom reports on the Humanitarian Innovation Project's recent trip to see refugee resettlement practices in the US

HIP in Uganda to launch ‘Refugee Economies’ and FMR special issue ‘Innovation & Refugees’

Blogs / articles

Events held with refugee communities and stakeholders from over 20 institutions

Challenging the refugee 'burden' | Naohiko Omata

Blogs / articles Media coverage

Dr Naohiko Omata writes for openDemocracy on the benefits refugees can bring to their host communities

Refugee livelihoods and engagement with host economies | Naohiko Omata and Josiah Kaplan

Blogs / articles

Dr Naohiko Omata and Dr Josiah Kaplan write for Debating Development on their recent research and Working Paper, 'Refugee livelihoods in Kampala, Nakivale and Kyangwali settlements: patterns of engagement with the private sector'

Humanitarian Innovation Project researchers among Guardian expert panel on investing in refugees

Blogs / articles Media coverage

Dr Naohiko Omata and Uganda-based HIP researchers, Kiflu Hussain, Robert Hakiza and Ntakamaze Nziyonvira, provide insight in a recent article for the Guardian

Refuge routes | Naohiko Omata and Josiah Kaplan

Blogs / articles

Dr Naohiko Omata and Dr Josiah Kaplan (Humanitarian Innovation Project) write for Makeshift Magazine on trade and the bustling exchange among different refugee groups in the Nakivale refugee settlement, Uganda