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Dieudonné Nzapalainga in contact with kidnappers to negotiate the French aid worker release.

Kidnapped French aid worker released in Central African Republic, Yesterday (23/01/2015)! Archbishop Dieudonné Nzapalainga was in contact with the kidnappers in order to negotiate her release. The Central African Republic has become one of the most challenging humanitarian, security and political crises on the African continent. The interfaith work of Archbishop Dieudonné Nzapalainga, Imam Omar… continue

The Paradox of Humanitarian Aid

TEDxRC2 – Fiona Terry

Ethics and politics of humanitarian action

By the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Humanitarian aid & politics

In Between Politics and Humanitarian Agendas: UNRWA and Palestinian Statehood “…Humanitarian action is defined as “International attempts to help victims through the provision of relief and the protection of their human rights”.[9] There is however an ethical framework that directs humanitarian work through the humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independence as defined …”… continue

What speakers say about “Humanitarian Aid & Politics”

Kyung-wha Kang Deputy Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, United Nations “…Humanitarian workers must be permitted, to mount search and rescue operations, to assist in repair of essential infrastructure, to assist the wounded and retrieve bodies.” (source: www.ohchr.org) Read More about Kyung-wha Kang. Yves Daccord Director general, International Committee of the Red Cross “…On the one hand,… continue