By Pat Gibbons, Hans-Joachim Heintze
This publication comprises contributions from lecturers, practitioners and policy-makers hooked up with the community on Humanitarian motion (NOHA), a global organization of universities that's devoted to interdisciplinary schooling and study on humanitarian action. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of NOHA, this e-book highlights probably the most urgent matters and demanding situations dealing with humanitarian motion and explores strength solutions.
Drawing on idea and perform, and spanning a large variety of subject material, the booklet explores the beginning of key recommendations resembling human protection, reconciliation and resilience and questions their effectiveness within the pursuit of humanitarian ends. It additionally charts present advancements within the humanitarian procedure, particularly in its felony and fiscal frameworks. matters when it comes to humanitarian stakeholders, equivalent to the position of the media and the security of humanitarian employees, also are addressed. The contributions are encouraged by means of a variety of disciplines, together with anthropology, political technology, felony experiences and communications.