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19 septembre 2012

What future role for local organizations? A reflection on the need for humanitarian capacity-building


Par : François Audet (expert associé) What future role for local organizations? A reflection on the need for humanitarian capacity-building

While treating the humanitarian organizations themselves as rational actors, this article considers the factors that influence the decisions and the current logic of Western humanitarian organizations in their dealings with local organizations.

Changing Actors and Evolving Practice

What future role for local organizations? A reflection on the need for humanitarian capacity-building

François Audet

Abstract

While treating the humanitarian organizations themselves as rational actors, this article considers the factors that influence the decisions and the current logic of Western humanitarian organizations in their dealings with local organizations. This reflection necessarily leads to a re-examination of the current structure of these organizations and to proposed scenarios to identify the best methods for the future, particularly in the relational framework between international organizations and their local partners. Ultimately, the humanitarian organization interventional model must be broadened, taking local humanitarian capacity-building into greater consideration.

François Audet (2011). What future role for local organizations? A reflection on the need for humanitarian capacity-building. International Review of the Red Cross, 93, pp 1151-1164




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