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humanitarian

of or relating to ethical or theological humanitarianism
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Even so, Fordham's Center on Religion and Culture, which sponsored the event, noted in its promotion that faith-based humanitarianism "has become a growth industry in recent years, channeling the influence of privately held religious commitments into the public sphere around the globe.
The affirmation of "neutrality and independence" that MSF lobbies for so vigorously in Pakistan is so against the practices of state-led humanitarianism at the service of counter-insurgency and stabilization that it becomes a political position in itself that can lead to a degree of acceptance (p.
Though the type of literary humanitarianism that the novel critiques encourages readers to respond to suffering, it maintains a problematic testifier-witness dialectic as a way to manage complex economic and political crises.
The difficulty, however, lies between these two communities in their mutual incompatibility regarding the other interests each community serves: for the government professional, the nation-state is an intrinsically political construct and, for the humanitarian, the principles of humanitarianism are necessarily apolitical (even antipolitical) projects.
Turkic world will make valuable contributions to efforts to ensure peace in the geography by being inspired by tolerance and humanitarianism," he added.
This week he was awarded the honour by Irish America magazine which said: "Dr Cahill has been a colossal force in the world of humanitarianism for many years.
The CEO of Mercy Ships Australia Gary Regazzoli said the service depends on the humanitarianism of the 450 international volunteers who pay their own way to Benin, plus crew fees while onboard to help offset the ship's running costs, ensuring free medical and community development services can be provided to people in the world's poorest nations.
Elkin Memorial Award for Humanitarianism for the creation of this site which educates the public about brain cancer and provides a platform for those with brain cancer to communicate with others suffering with a similar diagnosis.
The San Francisco-based Dui Hua Foundation says pardoning prisoners coming to the end of long jail terms would reflect the ''deep humanitarianism of the Chinese people'' and the ideals of the international Olympics movement.
I am confident of the award's ability to make a positive impact globally in humanitarianism and in the ability of those representing ZIHA to achieve the noble goal of developing projects that support those in need facing difficult circumstances," al-Ka'abi added in his statement.
Wars do not establish respect, humanitarianism and cooperation do.
And one of the most despicable regimes on the globe was able to emerge from the farce looking like a haven of humanitarianism when President Omar al-Bashir granted a pardon.

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