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Charity or rights? A human rights framework for complex emergencies

Broughton, Bernard


"This paper examines recent criticisms of non government organisations (NGOs intervening in complex emergencies(ie, conflict-driven emergencies). It argues that humanitarian NGOs should develop their mandates to make the recognition and realisation of human rights their uppermost aim, focusing initially on the 'positive' rights of the International Charter on Social, Economic and Cultural Rights ... " - page 1

CollectionsANU Australian Development Studies Centre/Network
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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