The Resurgence Of Sovereignty And Political Centrality Of Humanitarian Crises
A resurgence of sovereignty in countries affected by humanitarian crises leads to increasing control over humanitarian assistance activities. Implementation of restriction measures and even denial of access for NGO’s, particularly INGO’s, becomes more frequent. Consequently, there are increasing obstacles against the participation of NGOs which could be to the detriment of affected populations in need of adequate support if not provided by the government or private sector.
By 2030, governments of humanitarian crisis-affected states will be more inclined to resist external intervention, and will prefer more localized approaches.
By 2030, humanitarian crises will become increasingly political.