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03/12/2020

The Role of The Humanitarian Negotiator in the Global Chain of Humanitarian Diplomacy

Homs, Al-Qarabis. The ICRC, joined by the Syrian Arab Red Crescent and Homs Electricity company, implements a project of provision and instalment of a medium voltage aluminum underground cable in…
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10/11/2020

Humanitarian Diplomacy: Challenges and Strategies for Negotiating with Non-State Armed Groups

Chocó Chocó Department. An ICRC employee speaks to members of the ELN armed group about the principles of the international humanitarian rights and the obligation to respect the lives of…
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22/04/2020

COVID-19: A Special Role for Humanitarian Crisis Negotiators?

"Here be dragons" means dangerous or unexplored territories, in imitation of a medieval practice of putting illustrations of dragons, sea monsters, and other mythological creatures on uncharted areas of maps where potential…
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14/02/2020

Complex Negotiations on the Frontlines of Northern Myanmar’s Long-Running Civil War

Local population crossing a river in Kachin State in northern Burma. (Photo: Viviana Holbrooks/UN Photo) CCHN supported last year a listening tour to identify the key dynamics, challenges, and dilemmas…
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05/02/2020

Overcoming Power Asymmetries in Humanitarian Negotiations: New Research on Yemen and Myanmar

(Photo Credit: Antonia Torices Paradela/ICRC) Dr. Ashley Clements has been researching humanitarian negotiations for the past four years. His new book on ‘Humanitarian Negotiations with Armed Groups: The Frontline of…
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