"listen, participate, think, speak out"
PAPERS by HDPI Working Groups
William J. Hawk, Frederick Spielberg, Everett Ressler e Pilar Aguilar
09 de setembro de 2020
(traducao do original em inglés: Amélia Russo de Sá)
PAPERS by HDPI Affiliates
HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE TO EMERGENCY, RISK AND DISASTER:
A RECENT HISTORY OF LESSONS LEARNT FROM A UNITED NATIONS PERSPECTIVE
Presses universitaires de Rennes
BOOKS by HDPI Affiliates
ARTICLES & REPORTS by HDPI Affiliates
Over the past few weeks, doctors, nurses, politicians, social scientists, social workers, billionaires, film stars, parents and young people have weighed in on how to respond to the COVID-19 public health crisis. Populations have received contradictory instructions: stay at home, go shopping, heed the authorities, disregard them, seek medical assistance immediately, or wait for herd immunity to kick in. According to a group of highly experienced humanitarian professionals, what we are learning is that this global threat demands new efforts for international solidarity and coordinated, results-focused cooperation. They spell out what this requires.