Lotte Ruppert

Lotte Ruppert

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Lotte Ruppert is a delegate with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) in Nairobi, Kenya. She provides technical support on community engagement and accountability to the national Red Cross and Red Crescent societies and IFRC’s food crisis operations teams in Eastern Africa, Western Africa, and the Sahel.

From 2015 to 2017, Lotte was a research associate with the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin, contributing to the institute’s work on humanitarian action and monitoring and evaluation. She supported policy development for the European Union’s humanitarian aid department (DG ECHO) with the INSPIRE consortium and worked on the independent Grand Bargain report. She was also part of the three-year research project Secure Access in Volatile Environments (SAVE), investigating how aid agencies can strengthen accountability to affected populations in conflict settings.

Before joining GPPi, Lotte was an intern at the Middle East and North Africa desk of Oxfam Novib in The Hague. In 2014, she conducted fieldwork in Beirut that focused on the coordinating role of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in the protection of Syrian refugees in Lebanon.

In 2015, Lotte graduated with distinction from the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s course in “Global Studies – A European Perspective.” For the first year of the program she studied at the University of Roskilde in Denmark and completed her studies at the University of Leipzig in Germany. Lotte holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Amsterdam and spent an exchange semester at the University of Melbourne.

Languages: Dutch, English, German, French

Recent Publications

Report 19 June 2017

Independent Grand Bargain Report

by Julia Steets, András Derzsi-Horváth, Lotte Ruppert

Policy Paper 16 June 2017

Cash Coordination in Humanitarian Contexts

by Julia Steets, Lotte Ruppert

Report 09 November 2016

Listening to Communities in Insecure Environments

by Lotte Ruppert, Elias Sagmeister, Julia Steets

Commentary 04 July 2016

Full Accountability to Affected People Cannot Possibly Be Bad – Or Can It?

by Lotte Ruppert, Andrea Binder
CHS Alliance

Report 12 May 2016

Drivers and Inhibitors of Change in the Humanitarian System

by Julia Steets, Andrea Binder, András Derzsi-Horváth, Susanna Krüger, Lotte Ruppert

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