Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Principles, Power, and Perceptions Preliminary Report

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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….

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Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Burundi and Liberia Country Studies

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By Xavier Zeebroek | July 2006

Three of the four topics addressed by the Humanitarian Agenda 2015 research seem pertinent in the case of Burundi – coherence, security and, to a lesser extent, terrorism. Many comparisons…

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Humanitarian Agenda 2015 Colombia Country Study

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By Larry Minear | July 2006

The experience of Colombia sheds light on all four themes of the HA 2015 research. First, with respect to universality, Colombia sees itself as part and parcel of the western…

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Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Sudan Country Study

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By Tasneem Mowjee | July 2006

Sudan has been torn by conflict and political strife throughout its history. As a result of the various conflicts, the political and economic situation in different parts of Sudan is…

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Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Northern Uganda Country Study

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By Elizabeth Stites | June 2006

The HA2015 study examines the effects of four broad challenges on the humanitarian enterprise: universality, terrorism, coherence and security. Each of these has resonance in the context of northern Uganda….

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