Written: 2006 | Published: February 18, 2021 | Larry Minear, Sippi Azarbaijani-Mighaddam, et al., Antonio Donini
Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Principles, Power, and Perceptions
This report summarizes the findings of the first phase of a major research project on the challenges and compromises that are likely to affect humanitarian action in the next decade. The issues are organized and analyzed around four interrelated “petals”: the universality of humanitarianism, the implications of terrorism and counter-terrorism for humanitarian action, the search for coherence between humanitarian and political agendas, and the security of humanitarian personnel and the beneficiaries of humanitarian action.
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