04:30 PM to 07:10 PM W
Music Theater Building 1006
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Section Information for Spring 2023
International humanitarian action has been criticized at multiple levels. Critics have highlighted historic links between humanitarian action and colonization, and pointed to a paternalistic posture on the part of humanitarians, and in turn, a failure to appreciate crisis-affected populations’ histories and knowledge. International humanitarian action has also faced criticism for paying insufficient attention to the possibility of harmful consequences in the wake of interventions. Third, critics raise questions about the proper scope of humanitarian obligations, especially in contexts where crises are chronic, arguing that humanitarian interventions should do more to assess social and structural determinants of health crises and consider how the logic of rescue can obscure historic injustices, and even worsen inequities.
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