In this section:
Humanitarian Standards: More than just numbers. Mukesh Kapila in conversation with John Damerell and Simon Eccleshall
International aid: eroding sustainable community volunteering?
Universal humanitarianism: taking on a shared responsibility
2020 and beyond: is the humanitarian community prepared for the future?
Youth as agents of behavioural change: Building a culture of nonviolence and peace
Humanitarian Diplomacy: perspectives from a former diplomat
Margareta Wahlström on Global Disaster Risk Reduction
Law in an age of calamity: where the world - and the IFRC - is headed with disaster laws
How are the strengths of a National Red Cross or Red Crescent Society and the state of a country`s development interlinked?
Responding to the displaced in an unstable context Political unrest and change are sweeping North Africa and the Middle East. Tunisia – a country still recovering from...
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