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/Muhammad Hamed - Newly-arrived Syrian refugees carry their belongings as they walk at Azraq refugee camp near Al Azraq area, east of Amman, August 19, 2014.
Syrian Displacement: Views from the Region
September 16, 2014
On September 16, the Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees presented a first-hand view of Syria’s displacement crisis.
September 16, 2014, Mwangi S. Kimenyi
Opinion | Washington Wire (Wall Street Journal)
September 11, 2014, Meena Ahamed and Michael E. O'Hanlon
Opinion | The Guardian
September 10, 2014, Roberta Cohen
Opinion | The Washington Post
September 8, 2014, Elizabeth Ferris and Abbie Taylor
August 19, 2014, Elizabeth Ferris
August 13, 2014, Jane McAdam
August 7, 2014, Kenneth M. Pollack
Opinion | Hurriyet Daily News
August 7, 2014, Kemal Kirişci and Ranu Nath
August 4, 2014, Elizabeth Ferris
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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
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