16 June 2017 11.00am — 5.30pm
Lecture Theatre, Weston Library (Map)
Dr Rosemary Wall, Bodleian Libraries Sassoon Fellow
Janet Walwyn | 01865 287156 | Janet Walwyn | email@example.com
Looking at conflicts from the medieval period to the contemporary world, this symposium discusses humanitarian interventions which seek to mitigate the suffering in war of both combatants and civilians. What motivates humanitarian actors and organizations, like the Red Cross and Oxfam? How effective are they? What defines humanitarianism in a world of nation states?
All welcome. Refreshments provided.
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