Global Future 2006, Number 2
Humanitarianism revisited: issues for the 21st century
Humanitarian Aid
Humanitarian agencies once sought to deliver the five basics: water, shelter, food, health and nutrition, and to uphold the principles of neutrality, impartiality and independence. With a proliferation of disasters, growing complexity in emergency response, and other interests crowding the "humanitarian space", what can agencies realistically achieve? PDF: 1.8 Mb
1 Complex compassion
Lars Gustavsson
2 Solidarity, not charity,
to guide global response
Jan Egeland
4 The limits of help
Hugo Slim
6 Diversity in donorship: the changing
landscape of humanitarian assistance
Adele Harmer
8 Humanitarian action:
World Vision’s definition
Richard Rumsey
10 Saving lives amid complex conflict:
case study of Darfur
Dan Teng’o
12 Corporate–NGO partnership:
lessons from the tsunami
Otto Farkas & Andrew Warnes
14 Working with the military
in quake-ravaged Pakistan
Rebecca Lyman
16 Is IHL still relevant in a post-9/11 world?
Angelo Gnaedinger
18 The principles of protection and
humanitarian performance
Mark Bowden
20 Putting humanitarian coordination
in touch with reality
Ed Schenkenberg van Mierop
22 Ambiguity and change:
humanitarian NGOs prepare for the future
Mark Janz
24 The Back Pages
John West
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Publication Date : 2006
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