On January 26, the Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement and Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hosted a discussion on the compromises and negotiations the humanitarian aid community must contend with during crisis situations. Michael Neuman, research director with the Centre de Réflexion sur l'Action et les Savoirs Humanitaries at MSF, discussed the organization's new book, Humanitarian Negotiations Revealed: The MSF Experience (Columbia University Press, 2012).
He was joined by panelists William Garvelink, senior adviser, U.S. Leadership in Development at the Center for Strategic International Studies; Markus Geisser, deputy head of regional delegation for the International Committee for the Red Cross; and Rabih Torbay, vice president for international operations at International Medical Corps. Senior Fellow Elizabeth Ferris, co-director of the Project on Internal Displacement, provided introductory remarks and moderated the discussion.
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Michaël Neuman, Negotiating Humanitarian Access: How Far to Compromise to Deliver Aid, 30 January 2012, URL : https://msf-crash.org/en/blog/war-and-humanitarianism/negotiating-humanitarian-access-how-far-compromise-deliver-aid
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