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.
A United Nations peacekeeper keeps guard outside the Bor camp for the internally displaced in Bor town Jonglei state, South Sudan (REUTERS/Carl Odera).
The role of civil-military-police coordination in supporting durable solutions to displacement
May 29, 2015, Elizabeth Ferris and Sarah Deardorff Miller
Finding durable solutions for those displaced by conflict is critical to building sustainable peace in post-conflict situations and requires coordination between humanitarian, development, and security actors.
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May 13, 2015, Elizabeth Ferris, Suleiman Mamutov, Kateryna Moroz and Olena Vynogradova
May 8, 2015
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April 24, 2015
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