The image of faith-based humanitarianism
may today be that of growing numbers of evangelical Protestant groups that blur the lines between their proselytizing and their relief and development work, often in locales like Haiti, where there is a long history of mission work.
Fassin deliberately offers little in the way of normative prescription, but his work has serious implications for the study of humanitarianism
within international ethics.
Keywords: Literary Humanitarianism
, Posthumanism, Human Rights, Animal's People, Indra Sinha
Contrary to any military or civilian governmental ethos, the defining principles of humanitarianism
, as articulated by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), are: humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity, and universality.
He is also a recipient of the Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism
Since the United States became the world's preeminent military and economic power, however, honesty about the imperial prerogative has been subjugated by the rhetoric of humanitarianism
Driskell: Artist And Scholar" surveys nearly fifty years of Driskell's artistry, scholarship, humanitarianism
, creativity and vision, as well as his work as an artist, teacher, curator, collector, and diplomat.
Catherine Dauvergne, Humanitarianism
, Identity, and Nation: Migration Laws of Australia and Canada (Vancouver: UBC Press 2005)
The American has won a staggering five Grammy Awards, one Oscar, and a Golden Globe, not to mention a pile of American Music Awards, The People's Choice Award and the Crystal Award for Humanitarianism
, the UK's MOBO Award ( and many more.
Sterling, who has once again staggered across that fine line that separates humanitarianism
Jolie ruled the headlines and kept us wanting more with her tireless humanitarianism
, her A-list relationship with Brad Pitt and everything in between.
, identity and nation: Migration laws in Canada and Australia.