ON DEVELOPMENT, ON AFGHANISTAN | Rethinking Humanitarianism: NGOs and counter-insurgency, The case of Afghanistan

September 15, 2021

What lessons should humanitarians take away from the past 20 years in Afghanistan? Was the role of Western aid agencies helpful or hurtful? Were they impartial or complicit?

Source: The New Humanitarian Podcast, with CEO and host Heba Aly, 9/15/21, Rethinking Humanitarianism | NGOs and counter-insurgency: The case of Afghanistan

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