Humanistic Humanitarianism

Humanitarian

Meanings and phrases

humanitarian

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adj.
  1. marked by humanistic values and devotion to human welfare; human-centered; human-centred; humanist; humanistic
  2. of or relating to or characteristic of humanitarianism

humanitarian

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. an advocate of the principles of humanism; someone concerned with the interests and welfare of humans; humanist
  2. someone devoted to the promotion of human welfare and to social reforms; do-gooder; improver

humanitarian aid

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E.g.
  • There she came across the idea of humanitarian aid.
  • In 1999 humanitarian aid policy was added to her portfolio.
  • The Syrian government restricted humanitarian aid to the enclave.

international humanitarian

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E.g.
  • These international humanitarian norms are enshrined in the Geneva Conventions and other international treaties.
  • Michael calls an employee from the Red Cross, an international humanitarian movement, to conduct a lesson about CPR.
  • The Catechist was perceived as being neutral, having a sense of authority, and adherence to international humanitarian law.

humanitarian assistance

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E.g.
  • The gold olive branch wreath represents peaceful humanitarian assistance.
  • Italy is among those countries who render humanitarian assistance to Azerbaijan.
  • In 2013, the navy deployed carrying humanitarian assistance worth of $1 million.

humanitarian law

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E.g.
  • The Catechist was perceived as being neutral, having a sense of authority, and adherence to international humanitarian law.
  • United Nations (UN) investigator Ben Emmerson said that U.S. drone strikes may have violated international humanitarian law.
  • The use of biological weapons is prohibited under customary international humanitarian law, as well as a variety of international treaties.

international humanitarian law

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E.g.
  • The Catechist was perceived as being neutral, having a sense of authority, and adherence to international humanitarian law.
  • United Nations (UN) investigator Ben Emmerson said that U.S. drone strikes may have violated international humanitarian law.
  • The use of biological weapons is prohibited under customary international humanitarian law, as well as a variety of international treaties.

humanitarian work

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E.g.
  • Omeili has been involved in humanitarian work with Project Pink Blue.
  • After the end of World War I, she continued to work in humanitarian work.
  • Her humanitarian work took her to Thessaloniki, France, Trieste, and Rijeka.

humanitarian relief

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E.g.
  • International participated particularly in the humanitarian relief efforts for refugees.
  • Emergency food aid and other humanitarian relief assistance was received from donors and the Red Cross.
  • In 1941, SS "Kurtuluş" was leased by the Turkish government for humanitarian relief to be provided during the food crisis in Greece.

humanitarian crisis

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E.g.
  • This Nazi policy caused a humanitarian crisis in Poland’s urban areas.
  • Cutting water supplies would create a humanitarian crisis in the city.
  • The siege by the Syrian government left the enclave under a humanitarian crisis, leading to famine and a lack of food.

humanitarian efforts

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E.g.
  • Immediately after the war, he participated in humanitarian efforts in Finland and Greece.
  • The Republican National Committee produced pamphlets and made his humanitarian efforts a part of Herbert's presidential campaign.
  • He says: For his actions ʻAbdu'l-Bahá was knighted by the British Mandate for Palestine for his humanitarian efforts during the war.

humanitarian organization

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  • Yeager is an honorary board member of the humanitarian organization Wings of Hope.
  • Typically, non-profits have low entry fees and sponsor a charity or other humanitarian organization.
  • The food items, totaling 25 tonnes and worth 30 million, were given to the Soma office of the Kizilay humanitarian organization.

humanitarian organizations

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  • The Walraths also support the arts and humanitarian organizations that fight genocide.
  • Through her work, Kristine has supported numerous charities and humanitarian organizations.
  • Churches and certain evangelical humanitarian organizations are also involved in medical health programs.

provide humanitarian

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E.g.
  • The Defence also promote Denmark's wider interests, support international peacekeeping efforts and provide humanitarian aid.
  • In early 2001 Massoud addressed the European Parliament in Brussels asking the international community to provide humanitarian help to the people of Afghanistan.
  • During the Syrian and Iraqi Civil Wars, the Knights lobbied Congress to provide humanitarian relief to the victims of genocide perpetrated by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
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