Humanitarian negotiations, diplomacy and the ethics of border control

In this article for Open Access Government, NCHS Director, Antonio De Lauri (Research Professor, Chr. Michelsen Institute, CMI) discusses the purpose of humanitarian negotiations, including the main actors, their objectives and how diplomacy plays a role. De Lauri also discusses the rise of humanitarian borders and the consequences for humanitarian action.

Read the full piece on Open Access Government here.

De Lauri leads the “Humanitarian Diplomacy: Assessing policies, practices and impact of new forms of humanitarian action and foreign policy” project at CMI. To find out more about this project, visit here.