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The earthquake in Haiti sparked a massive charitable outpouring, but six months after initial relief operations, hundreds of millions in aid dollars have yet to be spent. Peter Walker recently spoke to NPR’s Morning Edition about the difficulties of rebuilding in Haiti.
In an event sponsored by the Australian National University Department of International Relations, Peter Walker spoke about recent findings from the Humanitarian Horizons research project.
Senior Researcher Antonio Donini visits Here on Earth, a program from Wisconsin Public Radio, to discuss the troop surge in Afghanistan.
A key part of the U.S. strategy in Afghanistan is to win the heats and minds of the population with development aid, but here is concern that aid money to Afghanistan actually is helping insurgents. On NPR’s Morning Edition, Andrew Wilder discusses his research in the region.
Researcher Dyan Mazurana, Director of Gender, Youth and Community, joins New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and youth activist Ishmael Beah for a discussion about child soldiers and education in the context of humanitarian aid delivery to conflict and post-crisis countries.