- Two-minute survey -

The humanitarian space is facing unprecedented challenges. With more protracted crises in the world than ever before and demand for humanitarian funding at an all-time high, humanitarian actors need
 to be more effective and efficient. 

Launched in 2017, Humanitarian Advisory Group’s Humanitarian Horizons research program, supported by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), was established to both inform and elevate the profile of humanitarian action in Asia and the Pacific. The first phase of the research is to scope out the perceptions for research priority areas by key stakeholders in the region to inform the research program. 

Please help us to identify key research priorities in Asia and the Pacific regions so that we can ensure that this research is useful and beneficial for your work in the humanitarian space. 

* 2. What type of organisation do you work for?

* 3. Please rank our proposed research priorities in order of most important to least important (1 = most important)

* 4. Are there any priority research areas not encompassed in the topics outlined above?

* 5. Please select your top two priorities for research regarding Localisation and operationalising the Grand Bargain commitments in the Asia and Pacific regions:

* 6. Please select your top two priorities for research regarding Inclusive humanitarian response

* 7. Please select you top two priorities for research regarding The future of the humanitarian system

* 8. Please select your top two priorities for research regarding Humanitarian innovation

* 9. Please select your top two priorities for research regarding Women in humanitarian leadership

* 10. Are you aware of other research currently being undertaken on the topics outlined above? If so, please indicate the research body, location and topic.

* 11. How do you use research in your work? (You may select multiple answers)

* 12. What is the most useful format for research outputs? (You may select multiple answers)

* 13. Do you have any additional comments?

If you would like to be involved in our research program, receive periodic research updates, partner in the implementation of research or participate as a potential case study for the research, please email Josie Flint.