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Kim Howe discusses humanitarian partnerships at AidEx
FIC Senior Researcher Dr. Kimberly Howe recently participated in a discussion at the AidEx conference on partnerships among different humanitarian actors. Dr. Howe drew on her work with Dr. Elizabeth Stites and Danya Chudacoff on partnerships and remote management in the Syrian crisis. A transcript of Dr. Howe’s remarks is available here.
For the research underlying this presentation, please see “Breaking the Hourglass: Partnerships in Remote Management Settings – The Cases of Syria and Iraqi Kurdistan.“
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