Humanitarian Fault Lines

By IIHA Fordham University

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Humanitarian Fault Lines, from Fordham University's Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs, explores what’s not going right in the world of humanitarian affairs. Jamie McGoldrick examines why these crises have developed, and he seeks to find voices to speak on these issues and what is, or isn’t, being done to address them. Jamie also looks to find answers to some of the most challenging questions in the humanitarian world.

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Jan Egeland on The Humanitarian Imperative Today
1905
The humanitarian sector is facing challenging crises all over the globe. Host Jamie McGoldrick speaks with Jan Egeland, Secretary General of the Norwegian Refugee Council, about the difficulty in responding and adapting to these crises. They discuss the political and climate obstacles humanitarian aid is dealing with, and they talk about working with donors to get support.
Jan 23, 2023
Message From Host Jamie McGoldrick
106
Host Jamie McGoldrick lays out his goals for the podcast ahead of its launch date on January 24th. Jamie spent decades working in the humanitarian field, and while there’s been progress, he believes there needs to be change. Jamie’s looking for answers to the difficult questions facing the humanitarian world. Why are some of these crises now terminal? Why is it left to humanitarians to address chronic political failure? And is the humanitarian sector waking up to realize this new order and the increased pressures it has for humanitarian workers? He’ll explore these questions by speaking with humanitarians on the front lines of some of the world’s most challenging crises. These include humanitarian leaders - both national and international - decision makers, and policy advisers at both field and HQ level.
Jan 05, 2023