Traditions, Values, and Humanitarian Action
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Traditions, Values, and Humanitarian Action

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This third volume in the pioneering series, International Humanitarian Affairs, goes beyond the practical to address fundamental questions at the heart of humanitarian actions.


How do different religious, cultural, and social systems and the values they support shape humanitarian action? What are the bases of caring societies? Are there universal values for human well-bein

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Published September 1st 2003 by Fordham University Press
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KEVIN M. CAHILL, M.D., is Director of Fordham’s Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs and President of the Center for International Health and Cooperation in New York City.
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