Led by Tufts University, 'The Current Humanitarian Landscape' builds upon the first, considering the proposition that as presently configured, the so-called humanitarian system will not have the capacity to meet either the complexity or the scale of the challenges it will likely face in the future. This component will also identify areas where, immediate improvements could be made.
Led by King’s College, this component asks if the sort of changes and improvements outlined in the previous component will be adequate to meet the growing types, dimensions and dynamics of humanitarian crises in the longer-term.
Led by King’s College, 'Moving Forward' brings together all three components (past, present and future), providing prescriptions for the immediate and the longer term. It also proposes a series of integrated measures that need to be considered now to enhance the effectiveness of humanitarian action in the immediate and foreseeable future.