humanitarianism


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Synonyms for humanitarianism

Synonyms for humanitarianism

the doctrine that people's duty is to promote human welfare

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Chapters Three, Four, and Five chronicle the FLN's use of medicine, humanitarianism, and human rights as means of resistance and autonomy, and explore the political usefulness and limits of the health, human rights and humanitarian agendas formulated by the ICRC and the United Nations, and which were enshrined in the Geneva Convention.
As the great Russian writer Solzhenitsyn argued in his 1978 Harvard Address, the more moderate versions of humanitarianism and anthropocentricity are always vulnerable to appropriation by more radical and consistent versions of atheism, materialism, and humanitarianism.
These people need food, clothing and warmth to live through the winter and it is humanitarianism and not political parlays that will come to their help.
For example, Kate Nash (2008) has argued that while the Make Poverty History campaign was a global initiative one that is very much part of an elective and performative consumerist humanitarianism that Chouliaraki describes--it was effective by being organised at a national level, engaged with national themes and as such placing political pressure on a single nation-state.
Then Conrad, a philanthropist, renowned for his humanitarianism in the rescue of animals, and Pauline at the Delmon kennels, stepped in and took care of little Henry.
Summary: If winning Oscars and high profile humanitarianism weren't enough, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt can now add world class wine production to their resumes.
The reckless act of war is a violent violation and infringement of humanitarianism," a spokesman for the North Korean Policy Department of the National Defense Commission said on Thursday.
Specific topics include the Vietnam War according to Chomsky, a Chomskian overview of American foreign policy during the Cold War, the US power structure, the propaganda model in perspective, humanitarianism and Kosovo, hegemony and its discontents, and how Chomsky has been right.
Historically, humanitarianism represented a stunning shift in patterns of emotional response to the suffering of strangers.
19 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Rajnath Singh on Monday said his party's ideology is based on justice and humanitarianism, as opposed to communalism, sectarianism and racism that was being projected about it by other political parties.
Humanitarianism has become such a central feature of international politics over recent decades that we are in danger of taking it for granted.
A cultural history of diplomacy, Smyrna 's Ashes argues humanitarianism developed as a guiding principle that determined how the West, led by Britain, responded to Ottoman imperial policies regarding minorities," Tusan, a history professor at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, her Phi Kappa Phi chapter, explained in an email.
But the assignment "was political, too," scholar Susan Martin said at a forum on faith-based humanitarianism May 15 at Fordham University in New York.
These chapters deal with, among other issues, conceptualizations of humanitarianism and posthumanitarianism, solidarity, theatricality of humanitarianism, and irony.
Both books shed new light on the authority that humanitarians wield as mediators of suffering, the relationship between humanitarianism and politics, and the nature of "humanitarian space.
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