Feinstein Research Projects
Humanitarian Agenda 2015 Principles, Power, and Perceptions
Over the past three years, Tufts/FIC has conducted 12 country case studies on local perceptions of the work of humanitarian agencies. The objective was to understand, from the perspective of those most affected by crisis and conflict, whether humanitarian action was seen as responding to a universal imperative or as an externally-driven approach linked to Northern and Western agendas.Read More
Humanitarianism in Sri Lanka: Lessons Learned?
Researchers at the Feinstein International Center (FIC) at Tufts University have embarked on a major two-year research project on Humanitarian Action and Politics. This project builds upon and expands on…Read More
Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Final Report The State of the Humanitarian Enterprise
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…Read More