Thursday, August 13, 2020

Afghanistan may bear the highest COVID-19 toll if ignored by the world…

War affected Afghanistan is estimated to have a total population of 37 million. The majority of the population is illiterate, over 50% live below...

Aid delivery in Afghanistan: COVID-19 Challenges that Need to be Addressed

The key actors providing lifesaving humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan and also leading on critical advocacy efforts with donor countries are aid agencies....

Afghanistan on the Brink: Time for a Broader Humanitarian Intervention

In a breathtaking battle against the COVID-19 pandemic, compounded with a full-fledged war with the Taliban with no certain prospect for peace,...

Showtime Documentary Includes Interviews with Students Injured in 2016 AUAF Attack

ISOA and many of our Member companies have long been a supporters of the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF), an extraordinary institution founded in...

Yemen: The Black Sheep of the Middle East?

In light of the paralyzing global health pandemic of COVID-19 the best WPS strategy would appear to be curative. Whereas the crisis...

The Anti-Terrorism Act: The Next Wave of Contractor on the Battlefield Litigation?

By Alex L. Sarria, Alejandra Montenegro Almonte and Laura Ferguson of Miller & Chevalier Chartered A lawsuit recently filed in District of Columbia federal court...

The Role of Yemeni Women in Aden Through the Lens of WPS: is...

By: Raghad Al Saadi As the world is consuming its resources to combat the novel COVID-19 pandemic, countries suffering from armed conflicts could hinder the...

The Responsibility to Protect and the Private Sector: Opportunities for Public-Private Cooperation in Atrocity...

Ellen Chambers, International Institute for Human Security Almost two decades on from the conceptualization of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P), protecting civilian populations during armed...

Women, Peace and Security in U.S. Humanitarian Affairs Operations

By: Raghad Al Saadi The Humanitarian Affairs Section within the U.S. Mission to International Organizations in Geneva and its global partners addressing instability and humanitarian...

Peace Operations Training Institute – Ethics In Peace Operations

The Peace Operations Training Institute (POTI) recently announced the release of its newest course, Ethics in Peace Operations. The course was developed by King’s...
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