February 08, 2016

Join Physicians for Human Rights and the Open Society Foundations for an expert panel exploring how violations of medical neutrality are increasingly being used as a weapon of war, and what this means for humanitarian organizations’ ability to offer aid amidst conflict.

Location: 

Open Society Foundations

New York 
January 04, 2016

 

In 2016, the year of the U.S. presidential election, the international community will mark another milestone in its 15-year engagement in Afghanistan. Despite billions of dollars spent by the international community to stabilize the country, Afghanistan has seen little improvement in terms of overall stability and human security. The situation on the ground for Afghans continues to be grave, and while the international coalition suffered the least number of casualties in 2015, casualty levels have greatly increased for Afghan security forces.

Location: 

The Brookings Institution

Washington