A TOOLBOX FOR THEHUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTLEARNINGTO SEE WITHTHE EYE OFHENRY DUNANTPrinciples in Practice:Exploring Neutrality...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITYIn order to enjoy he conf...
Easy questions questions,hard answers.Does corporate fundingcompromise neutrality?Do Indigenous Peoples getequitable acces...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEmbracing difference -Seeing the whole repeat...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEOBJECTIVES FRAMEWORK 6: ACCESSThis is not a s...
NEUTRALITYNeutrality is not indifference,inaction, incapacity or coldcompassionless closed doors behind the fence.Neutrali...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 1. PACIFIC ISLANDSThese...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 2. BOTSWANAINDIGENOUS P...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 3. AMAZONIAINDIGENOUS P...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 4. MEKONG DELTAINDIGENO...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 5. NIGERIAINDIGENOUS PE...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 6. PACIFIC COASTINDIGEN...
These people are fighting in the courtsKwakiutl Territorial Fisheries Commission Issues Ultimatum to Fish FarmCompanies"We...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 7. NATIVE AMERICAINDIGE...
Whats in a nameto place Native names on weapons of mass destruction to exterminate other poorand oppressed peoples to pres...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 8. GUATEMALAINDIGENOUS ...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE9 EXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 9. CENTRAL AMERICATHI...
A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE10 EXPLORING NEUTRALITY:10. IRELANDTHIS PAINT...
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  1. 1. A TOOLBOX FOR THEHUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTLEARNINGTO SEE WITHTHE EYE OFHENRY DUNANTPrinciples in Practice:Exploring NeutralityWORKSHOP MANUAL PART 2/6:“Putting Indigenous Peoplein the picture”
  2. 2. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITYIn order to enjoy he confidence of all, the movement may not takesides in hostilities or engage at any time in controversies of a political,racial, religious or ideological nature.
  3. 3. Easy questions questions,hard answers.Does corporate fundingcompromise neutrality?Do Indigenous Peoples getequitable access to ICRC?(Unity, Humanity)
  4. 4. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEmbracing difference -Seeing the whole repeatedIn each of the parts.
  5. 5. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEOBJECTIVES FRAMEWORK 6: ACCESSThis is not a set of objectives. It is a framework for memorising objectives.1 Public involvement 2 General community climate3 Community roots 4 Partnership agencies5 Specific services 6 Access7 Infrastructure 8 Human resources9 Redistribution of resources 10 Value for moneyACCESS
  6. 6. NEUTRALITYNeutrality is not indifference,inaction, incapacity or coldcompassionless closed doors behind the fence.Neutrality cannot be bought and sold.Neutrality is action with a heartwhich beats the rhythms of humanity;with both ears open wide to hear each voiceabove chaotic wars insanity.The neutral volunteer does not forgether ideology, religion, raceor politics. She knows herself. And yetshe knows there is more than one human faceNeutrality is not weak or naïve,steps boldly through barbed-wire, sees no sensein suffering, Not frightened to believe –neutrality embraces difference.NEUTRALITY
  7. 7. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 1. PACIFIC ISLANDSThese people do not exist
  8. 8. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 2. BOTSWANAINDIGENOUS PEOPLE: BUSHMENCORPORATE ISSUE: DIAMOND MININGMOVEMENT ISSUE: ISSUE INTERNAL DISPLACEMENTGENOCIDEThese people are not human
  9. 9. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 3. AMAZONIAINDIGENOUS PEOPLE: AMAZONIAN ‘INDIANS’CORPORATE ISSUES: LOGGING, PHARMACOLOGYMOVEMENT ISSUES: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTYINTERNAL DISPLACEMENT“WHITE” DISEASESGENOCIDE
  10. 10. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 4. MEKONG DELTAINDIGENOUS PEOPLE: MEKONG DELTA FISHING COMMUNITYCORPORATE ISSUES: DAM BUILDING; FISH FARMING;POLLUTIONMOVEMENT ISSUE: DESTRUCTION OF FISH STOCKSThese people‘s food is poisoned
  11. 11. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 5. NIGERIAINDIGENOUS PEOPLE: NORTHERN NIGERIANSCORPORATE ISSUE: OIL; MIGRANT WORKERSMOVEMENT ISSUES: INTERNAL DISPLACEMENT; POLLUTION; GENOCIDECan you imagineif she was in your shoes andYou were barefoot?
  12. 12. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 6. PACIFIC COASTINDIGENOUS PEOPLE: KWAKIUTLCORPORATE ISSUE: FISH FARMINGMOVEMENT ISSUE: FISHING RIGHTS, CULTURAL GENOCIDEThese people’s fish are driven out by farms
  13. 13. These people are fighting in the courtsKwakiutl Territorial Fisheries Commission Issues Ultimatum to Fish FarmCompanies"We have relied on the wisdom and traditional knowledge of our elders forthousands of years. To us this traditional knowledge is more important than anystudies, and based on this knowledge, we have been continuing our struggleagainst the aquaculture industry which infringed upon our inherent aboriginalrights by encroaching in our territories violating our rights with the help of thegovernments."full text
  14. 14. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 7. NATIVE AMERICAINDIGENOUS PEOPLE: NATIVE AMERICANSCORPORATE ISSUE: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTYMOVEMENT ISSUE: DIGNITY; GENOCIDE; LAND RIGHTS; HEALTHThese people are history (were exterminated)Preservation of humandignity, indeed....Chinook, Cheyenne,Sioux, Apache helicopters...tomahawk cruise missiles.....is a disguisting insultto all those strugglingfor social justice....placing Native nameson weapons of mass destructionto exterminate poor andoppressed people....
  15. 15. Whats in a nameto place Native names on weapons of mass destruction to exterminate other poorand oppressed peoples to preserve the so-called American way of life is adisgusting insult to all those struggling for social justice.........(the) stark reality (is) that Native communities suffer the highestunemployment, alcohol and drug addiction, school drop-outs and infant mortalityof any nationality.HUMAN DIGNITYI saw that when I moved from the Norwegian Red Cross to the United Nations, Iwas moving from a truly international voluntary movement that embodies thespirit of people’s commitment to assist each other; to a United Nations that isstriving to put people at the center of a multilateral approach and where we havea common commitment to respect human dignity. It is all too easy to forget thathuman dignity is at the very heart of our humanitarian work. It is the central pillarof humanitarian endeavour. Yet, we live in a world where humanitarianassistance is frequently seen as part of a “humanitarian enterprise”. Where all toooften humanitarian action is only seen as the movement of goods andcommodities. Where the constant mass media images of distress are no longercapable of shock. This is why we risk dehumanizing our understanding of thevery nature of distress.Statement by Mr. Jan EgelandUnder-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairsand Emergency Relief Coordinatorto the 28th International Conference of the Red Cross and Red CrescentFull text
  16. 16. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICEEXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 8. GUATEMALAINDIGENOUS PEOPLE: GUATEMALANS, MAYAN PEOPLESCORPORATE ISSUE: PLANTATIONSMOVEMENT ISSUE: RESETTLEMENT OF DEMILITARISEDPERSONELLIt must not happen to these
  17. 17. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE9 EXPLORING NEUTRALITY: 9. CENTRAL AMERICATHIS IS AN END PRODUCT - WHAT IS IT TO ME?
  18. 18. A TOOLBOX FOR THE HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENTTHE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE10 EXPLORING NEUTRALITY:10. IRELANDTHIS PAINTING WAS MADE BY A GROUP OF TRAVELLERS IN DERRY

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