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humanitarian

of or relating to ethical or theological humanitarianism
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Madokoro situates her work primarily in the literatures on refugees, migrants, and humanitarianism.
Chapter 1 provides an overview of humanitarianism and how the concept has evolved over time.
The example that Kuwait has shown over so many years is one we all wish to emulate so I'm delighted we had such an interesting discussion and such commitment and as I have said I think that His Highness the Amir and Kuwait they have humanitarianism in their DNA," he added.
He's having a midlife crisis and smoking too much weed while she's high on humanitarianism, depending on which "close pal" you believe.
The Battle for Algeria: Sovereignty, Health Care, and Humanitarianism.
As the Hungarian-born moral and political philosopher Kolnai (1900-73) noted in his remarkably penetrating and prescient 1944 article "The Humanitarian versus the Religious Attitude," humanitarianism is "the standard type of non-religious philosophy" that has arisen "on a soil tilled by Christianity.
SEXHUM adopts a migration studies perspective and a participative approach to focus on migrant sex workers addressed by sexual humanitarianism as victims of trafficking.
It teaches us the principles of true humanitarianism, to reach out and help our fellow man.
Synopsis: Medical humanitarianism (medical and other health-related initiatives undertaken in conditions born of conflict, neglect, or disaster) has a prominent and growing presence in international development, global health, and human security interventions.
While technically there is legal precedent for the Government to take military action without a UN resolution - there is a humanitarian crisis in Iraq and Syria - there has to be a basis through which divided parties agree a consensus with humanitarianism at the centre of that consensus.
It is hard to look at their actions and still believe the decision to calibrate their tactics and brand Syria "a hostile state" is humanitarianism.
The people traffickers are, as usual, ahead of the game, and are taking full advantage of the West's humanitarianism by abandoning their vessels to be rescued by the relatively few ships in the area.

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