Humanitarian Essays and Term Papers

  • Humanitarian

    Michael Jackson is best known for his music, but he possibly touched just as many people through his love and compassion for those less fortunate. Here are just some of the things he did which never really made the headlines... January, 1979: Michael Jackson donated a number of books, including...

      738 Words | 3 Pages   We Are the World

  • Humanitarian

    Sylvia Yiapan Student No: M00459698 The Effect of Information Technology on Service Delivery at Nairobi City Water & Sewerage Company Submitted to the School of Science & Technology, Department of Computing Science, in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of Bsc Honors in Business...

      3303 Words | 12 Pages   Interview, Research, Ethics, Informed consent

  • Humanitarian Aid

    Humanitarian aid is material or logistical assistance provided for humanitarian purposes, typically in response to humanitarian crises including natural disaster and man-made disaster. The primary objective of humanitarian aid is to save lives the most lethal year in the history of humanitarianism was...

      873 Words | 3 Pages   Tuition payments, Humanitarian aid, Textbook

  • Humanitarian Intervention

    Humanitarian intervention, the 5 permanent members of the UN could abstain where vital interests are not involved. Such restraint would offer no guarantees, of course, and would also set an unusual precedent of calling on selected states to give up rights acquired ...

      611 Words | 2 Pages   Humanitarian intervention, United Nations General Assembly, United Nations Security Council, United Nations

  • Humanitarian Interv

    Humanitarian interventionism in today’s world In an era where people seemingly all feel an urge to act as Good Global Citizens, the principle of non-intervention has certainly lost much of initial strength and value. The Where? Why? When? What should we do now? have been top of the day questions...

      2477 Words | 7 Pages   Slobodan Milošević, Humanitarian intervention, International relations, Non-interventionism

  • Humanitarian Intervention

    POLS 1501 HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION Essay Question: Humanitarian Intervention is one of the key features of post-Cold war international politics. What exactly is it? What are the arguments for and against it? Discuss your answers in the context of a recent case, such as Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan...

      1061 Words | 3 Pages   United Nations Protection Force, United Nations, Bosniaks, Ethnic cleansing

  • Humanitarian Law

    Basic rules of international humanitarian law in armed conflicts The seven fundamental rules which are the basis of The Geneva Conventions and the Additional Protocols. This tex has been prepared for dissemination purposes and cannot in any circumstances serve as a substitute for the complete provisions...

      8716 Words | 29 Pages   International Criminal Court, International humanitarian law, Human rights, United Nations Commission on Human Rights

  • Humanitarian Intervention

    Humanitarian intervention: a liberal perspective The moral legitimacy of states and the limits of sovereignty 1. Introduction According to Slocombe (2003, p.117) there is no question that has more preoccupied the discussion of international relations than that of the legitimacy and wisdom of the...

      3933 Words | 11 Pages   Non-interventionism, Global justice, John Rawls, Humanitarian intervention

  • Humanitarian Intervention

    colonial control over African countries. This can be witnessed in the military intervention by western countries which is to some authors is done for humanitarian purposes or to expand neo-colonialism. “Neo-colonialism entails the domination in social, economic and culture of countries from the developed world...

      2138 Words | 6 Pages   2011 military intervention in Libya, Human rights in Libya, Responsibility to protect, United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973

  • Humanitarian Intervention

    Introduction to International Relations Policy Paper Humanitarian Intervention: To protect sovereignty, or to protect lives? Introduction Humanitarian intervention is somewhat of a controversial topic of discussion and frequently finds itself at the basis of many foreign policy...

      8813 Words | 26 Pages   Egyptian parliamentary election, 2011–12, Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Yugoslav Wars, Hosni Mubarak

  • Humanitarian Intervention

    Humanitarian Intervention as a World-Wide Controversy The issue of humanitarian intervention has become increasingly prominent in worldwide debates regarding its role in ethics and legitimacy in international relations. Uncertainty arises as to whether there are any moral obligation for humanitarian...

      1890 Words | 6 Pages   Sovereignty, International relations, Cosmopolitanism, Ethics

  • Humanitarian Aid

    Humanitarian Aid in the 20th and 21st Centuries History 1140 Freshman Writing Seminar Spring 2012 MWF 9:05-9:55 Instructor: Julie Jacoby McGraw Hall B34 jaj32@cornell.edu Office Hours: M 2-3, W 10-11 and by appointment Course Introduction What do a Nebraskan farmer, a Guatemalan Red Cross nurse...

      2269 Words | 7 Pages   Three Cups of Tea

  • The Debate on Humanitarian Intervention, " Humanitarian Intervention"

    The Debate on Humanitarian Intervention Watanabe Koji When a massive and systematic violation of basic human rights is committed by the authorities of one state, can other states intervene forcefully to halt the violation? Since the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation’s (NATO’s) military intervention...

      2577 Words | 7 Pages   Westphalian sovereignty, Sovereignty, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Humanitarian intervention

  • humanitarian award

    Graded Assignment Humanitarian Award (50 points) Follow the directions in the Student Guide to complete this graded assignment. Refer to the rubric and scoring information on pages 3 and 4 to see how this assignment will be graded. Criteria List the four criteria you have established for...

      742 Words | 5 Pages   Rubric (academic)

  • Humanitarian Logistics

    1) INTRODUCTION 2) KEY OBJECTIVES 3) HUMANITARIAN LOGISTICS ADOPTED BY WFP a) SHIPPING b) AVIATION c) SURFACE TRANSPORT 4) EMERGENCY RESPONSE 5) DISASTERS RELEIF EMERGENCY FUNDS (DREF) d) UNITED NATIONS HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE DEPOTS IN DUBAI UAE 6) THE LOGISTICS...

      4003 Words | 15 Pages   World Food Programme, Emergency management, Air waybill, Supply chain

  • Humanitarian Aid

    Humanitarian Aid as a Strategic Response Humanitarian Aid as a Strategic Response Abstract Many governments and intergovernmental organizations rely on nongovernmental organizations to implement their decisions in areas such as humanitarian relief and economic development. Humanitarian aid and...

      1484 Words | 5 Pages   Aid, Economy of Pakistan, Globalization

  • Humanitarian Logistics

    demands on humanitarian logistics and calls for fast , agile and quick response to alleviate human lives. Deficiencies in the flow of supplies may result in dire consequences. As a result of continuous human and man-made disasters logistics has now become an important factor in humanitarian aid operations...

      1823 Words | 7 Pages   Non-governmental organization, Logistics, Emergency management, Humanitarian aid

  • Humanitarian Intervention

    Tom Hepp Humanitarian Intervention Unless there is a genocide accruing in a nation it’s not our responsibility. Many countries go through hard times that challenge the nation’s ability to govern and protect its people and may require aid to give them stability, but to have intervention just...

      732 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Humanitarian intervention

    operations became widely used due to the fact that there is no consent of the belligerent parties needed to conduct a mission, for instance, the humanitarian intervention in Libya is the most recent and prominent example, plus, in general it is considered to be effective - according to Virginia Page Fortna...

      3632 Words | 9 Pages   Unified Task Force, Mogadishu, United Nations Security Council, Somalia

  • Dilemmas of Humanitarian Aid

    The Dilemmas of Humanitarian Aid The author of “The Crisis Caravan”, Linda Polman is a Dutch journalist with personal experience with war zone charities since 1993; she has firsthand accounts in Haiti, Somalia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, and numerous others. Her novel “The Crisis Caravan” is the consequence...

      2047 Words | 5 Pages   Aid