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Building on the successful panel in 2021, this panel will profile developing and emerging research on the subject of transactional sex in humanitarian contexts. Transactional sex is defined the exchange of sex for cash, goods, services, commodities or privileges. Widely prevalent in contexts of conflict and disaster, it takes a variety of forms, from the voluntary to the implicitly coercive, and from sex work to sugar dating relations or occasional sexual transactions. We welcome papers that look at this complex issue from a variety of perspectives, including but not limited to health, livelihoods, gender and gender-based violence and migration.