The trigger

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Presentation given at the III WISC Conference, at Porto. By: Ana Paula Pellegrino and Felippe De Rosa

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The trigger

  1. 1. The Trigger <ul><li>Looking For the Spark </li></ul><ul><li>That Sets Humanitarianism Alight </li></ul>
  2. 2. Why the humanitarian response? 90’s “ New World Order” Development & Security “ New Wars” Ethical Foreign Policy
  3. 3. Rwanda Bosnia Somalia Iraqi Kurds 688 819 & 820 912 & 929 733 & 746
  4. 4. ...understand the design of a supposed Humanitarian Project led by a pattern of action and how this construction of UN Humanitarian Space is made possible by those Resolutions . OBJECTIVE
  5. 5. United Nations United Nations Security Council Security Council Resolutions Chapter Seven UN Charter Humanitarian Mandate
  6. 6. Main Considerations
  7. 7. 1. The creation of Humanitarian Space is compatible with the overall organizational principal of the international system, Sovereignty ;
  8. 8. 2. Resolutions were the new way that the International System figured out to deal with the perceived new conflicts of the decade ;
  9. 9. 3. Resolutions are drafted proof of a merging of security and development ;
  10. 10. 4. An eager involvement of Regional Organizations and other actors is not only supported but evoked throughout the resolutions;
  11. 11. 5. the primary role of Security Council Resolutions in humanitarianism is the creation of space where humanitarian action may take its course.
  12. 12. What triggers a humanitarian response from the Security Council is a humanitarian crisis that lacks the necessary space, access and security for its conclusion.

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