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Over the past five years, Pakistan has witnessed three major crises affecting up to 18 million people.
This new briefing paper explores the policy and operational implications of the current crises and the challenges to humanitarian action in Somalia. It examines how international state-building and counterterrorism objectives in Somalia have compromised the ability of international humanitarian actors to assist and protect vulnerable populations.
The comments here are based on data collected by Feinstein teams in field work conducted in Karamoja since 2005, as reflected in the various studies on Karamoja available elsewhere on the Feinstein website. Read this document Download this document (PDF) … Read More
This briefing paper summarizes the key issues and dynamics that have shaped the humanitarian experience in Sri Lanka and draws lessons that, if learned, may help inform humanitarian engagement in other international contexts.
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 the earlier research on Humanitarian Agenda 2015 -- Principles, Power and Perceptions (HA2015) which involved 13 country case studies of local perceptions of humanitarian action and a synthesis report.
By Antonio Donini. In A. Donini, N. Niland, K. Wermester (eds),Nation-building Unraveled? Aid, Peace and Justice in Afghanistan, Kumarian Press, Bloomfield, CT, 2004.
By Dyan Mazurana and Anne Bonds. 2000. Peace & Conflict, 6, 4, 325-332.