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Title: Why Covid-19 should not be considered as solely a humanitarian emergency
Authors: Khakee, Anna
Keywords: COVID-19 (Disease)
COVID-19 (Disease) -- Safety measures
Coronavirus infections
Humanitarian assistance
Natural disasters
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Alternatives Humanitaires
Citation: Khakee, A. (2020). Why Covid-19 should not be considered as solely a humanitarian emergency. Humanitarian Alternatives, 14, 137-147.
Abstract: Should the health, social and political blast represented by the current pandemic lead humanitarian workers to break free from the principle of neutrality? In this article, the author gives a clearly affirmative answer to this question. Anna Khakee believes that humanitarian NGOs must take a stance so as not to be exploited by only helping to return to the status quo ante.
ISBN: 24927120
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