The purpose of humanitarian assistance is to save lives, alleviate suffering and maintain human dignity in response to man-made crises and natural disasters. Brookings experts discuss how to best deliver assistance through an increasingly complex system of NGOs, international organizations, governments and individuals.
REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah - A family, who fled from the violence in Mosul, arrives at the Khazer refugee camp on the outskirts of Arbil, in Iraq's Kurdistan region, June 27, 2014.
Time to Rethink Approach to Iraq's Displacement Crisis
July 11, 2014, Elizabeth Ferris and Vittoria Federici
The displacement crisis affecting over 1.2 million Iraqis following recent outbreaks of fighting may prove even more complicated than the humanitarian crisis of the near-civil of war 2006, according to Elizabeth Ferris and Vittoria Federici.
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