Greg Hansen

FIC Publications

Politics and Humanitarian Action in the Georgia Conflicts Humanitarian Agenda 2015
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By Greg Hansen | November 2009

Drawing upon extensive field research in the region and informed by additional field study dating back to the mid-1990s, the study calls renewed attention to the politicization and instrumentalization of…

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Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Final Report The State of the Humanitarian Enterprise
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This report summarizes the findings of a major research project on the constraints, challenges, and compromises affecting humanitarian action in conflict and crisis settings. The building blocks are 12 case…

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Iraq — more challenges ahead for a fractured humanitarian enterprise
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By Greg Hansen | January 2008

Based on extensive field interviews in Iraq and neighboring Jordan, this briefing paper is an update of an earlier study on perceptions of humanitarian action in Iraq, which was part…

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Taking Sides or Saving Lives: Existential Choices for the Humanitarian Enterprise in Iraq Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Iraq Country Study
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By Greg Hansen | June 2007

Iraq places the frailties and fault-lines of the humanitarian enterprise in stark relief. Perhaps more than any other highly politicized context, Iraq has fueled a defensiveness and sense of existential…

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Coming to Terms with the Humanitarian Imperative in Iraq
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By Greg Hansen | January 2007

Highlighting major changes in the context in Iraq and rapid deterioration of the humanitarian situation, this brief report summarizes an Iraq country study to be issued in final form as…

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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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