Elizabeth Stites presents FIC’s work on cross-border partnerships at IRC

April 2015

Elizabeth Stites presented on FIC’s work on cross-border partnerships and humanitarian assistance into northern Syria at the International Rescue Committee in New York on March 25th, 2015. The brownbag at the International Rescue Committee focused on the findings of the State Department/PRM-funded research conducted by Kimberly Howe, Elizabeth Stites and Danya Chudacoff. This project examined the nature of international-local partnerships in insecure settings where remote management of international operations has become the norm. The research focused on the case of northern Syria with historical reference to Iraqi Kurdistan.

The full report is available here and a Briefing Paper version of the report is available here.

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