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/Bernadett Szabo - Syrian migrants cross under a fence as they enter Hungary at the border with Serbia, near Roszke, August 27, 2015.
Securing Europe's borders: The first step to a comprehensive asylum policy
May 2, 2016, Matteo Garavoglia
When it comes to the ongoing influx of migrants into Europe, there is one thing that policymakers and officials seem to agree on: Europe needs to increase border security and establish a pan-European asylum policy. But the former has to come first.
Local Orders Paper
March 2016, Cameron Munter
Article | International Journal of Korean Studies
Fall/Winter 2015, Roberta Cohen
Uprooted by Revolution and Civil War
2016, Megan Bradley, Ibrahim Fraihat and Houda Mzioudet
Paper | Journal on Education in Emergencies
November 1, 2015, Sarah Dryden-Peterson
Article | Aspen Institute
October 26, 2015, Matteo Garavoglia
October 2015, Amadou Sy and Amy Copley
October 2015, The Brookings Institution, Georgetown University, Institute for the Study of International Migration and Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
September 2015, Elizabeth Ferris and Kemal Kirişci
Policy Brief | European Council on Foreign Relations
July 2015, Susi Dennison, Francois Godement, Richard Gowan, Daniel Levy, Kadri Liik, Jeremy Shapiro, et al.
June 15, 2015, Angela Sherwood, Megan Bradley, Lorenza Rossi, Rufa Guiam and Bradley Mellicker
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