World Disasters Report 200323/12/2003 - by IFRC
World Disaster Report 2003 focuses on ethics in aid
The ‘war on terror’ is changing the landscape in which humanitarian organizations operate. What ethical dilemmas and moral trade-offs do humanitarians face in an increasingly politicized environment? Is aid really reaching those in greatest need? Do we even know where humanitarian needs are greatest? What are the key principles to help to guide aid programming in the field? Soldiers and commercial contractors now play a major part in disaster relief and recovery. How should humanitarian organizations deal with this new reality?
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