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Sharing the front line and the back hills : international protectors and providers : peacekeepers, humanitarian aid workers and the media in the midst of crisis

Author: Yael Danieli
Publisher: Amityville, NY : Baywood Pub. Co., 2001.
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Points a crisis facing international institutions and media who seek to alleviate and report human suffering throughout the world. This book tells the story of thousands of individuals dedicated to  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Yael Danieli
ISBN: 0895032635 9780895032638
OCLC Number: 83187097
Notes: "Published for and on behalf of the United Nations."
Description: xiv, 429 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: INTRODUCTION, Yael Danieli and Youssef Mahmoud --
Voices: Are You Still There?-Reply, Carlos Caseres --
I Lost My Life in Kuwait, Kathleen Nader --
Why We Have to Be There, ChristianeAmanpour. PART I. PEACEKEEPERS --
Peacekeepers and Peace-Builders Under Stress --
Sue Downie --
Voices: An Ambush in Somalia, Shirley N. Brownell --
The Evacuation Dilemma, Ian Martin --
Heal-Don't Forget, Mark Quarterman --
Studies on Military Peacekeepers --
Jos M P. Weerts, Wendy White, Amy B. Adler, Carl A. Castro, Gielt Algra, Inge Bramsen, Anja J.E. Dirkzwager, Henk M. van der Ploeg, Maaike de Vries, and Ad Zijlmans --
Voices: Cambodia Diary, Mike Daly --
That Feeling of Importance and Respect, Major Cheryl A. Netterfield. PART II. UN AGENCIES AND PROGRAMS --
Voice: A Lifetime of Learning, Nils Arne Kastberg --
Caring for Staff in UNHCR --
S0ren Jessen-Petersen --
Voices: Service Incurred, Martin Barber --
Transformed by the Front Line, Yasmine Sherif --
Protecting the Protectors --
Catherine A. Bertini --
Voices: From Wyoming to Somalia, Dale Skoric --
The Worst is the Loneliness, Hiro Matsumura --
The Engulfing Sound and the Silence, Rhian Gastineau --
We Cannot Allow Emotional Involvement, Erika MacLean --
Lunch in Afghanistan, Georges Dubin --
Risk and Protection for UNICEF Field Staff --
Nils Arne Kastberg --
Health Workers on the Front Line --
Xavier Leus and Hilary Bower --
Women on the Front Lines: UNIFEM's Work to Promote Women, Peace, and Security --
Noeleen Heyzer --
Voice. --
Sex, Violence, Love, Loss, Hope: Men and Women in the Camps --
Speak to Us, JanetAlbrecht --
Supporting Staff During Crisis and on the Path to Development --
Omar Bakhet and Marie Dimond --
Voices: Healing is an Individual Process, Kathleen Cravero --
What Aid Workers and Frogs Have in Common, Marie Dimond. Managing Projects on the Ground --
Reinhart Helmke --
Voices: Humane Human Resources Management, Alicia Noeli Escursell --
Perseverance Despite Adversity, Basil Comnas --
Voices: The Manager's Perspective --
Reason for Hope, Shashi Tharoor --
These Decisions Haunt Me Still, Kathleen Cravero --
Complicity with Torture: Managing Humanitarian Assistance Under --
Economic Sanctions, Haiti 1992-1994, Elizabeth D. Gibbons --
Watching for the Signals, PaulE. Ares --
Nothing Prepared Me, Linda Champoux-Ares --
Stress and Mine Action --
Martin Barber --
Voice: An Eye Witness in Cambodia, Becky Jordan --
Handle With Care: A View from the Staff Counsellor's Office --
Jean-Guy Morisset --
Voices: Separation from Families, Kim Robinson --
The Story of Somebody Who Went Out to Learn About Fear --
Petra Miczaika --
United Nations Human Rights Field Officers --
Ben Majekodunmi --
Voice: "You and Your People Will Never Live Here Again," Milburn Line. PART III. VOLUNTEERS --
Eternal Vigilance --
Sharon Capeling-Alakija --
Voices: Showing "Presence," Benny Ben Otim --
Honored to Be Able to Defend, ManualAmat --
The Peace Corps Volunteer Safety Support System --
Michael D.O 'Neill and Elizabeth Kramer. PART IV. NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS (NGOS) --
Precious Lives Honored to Serve --
Kris Hurlburt --
Voice: Red Crayon, Janet Shriberg --
The Dangers of Aid Work --
Barbara Smith --
Voice: An Unspoken Agreement, Gerald Martone --
Psychosocial Care for Humanitarian Aid Workers: The M6decins --
Sans Frontieres Holland Experience --
Piet van Gelder and Reinoud van den Berkhof --
Voice: Like a Squeezed Lemon, Marc Vachon --
GOAL-A Champion of the Poor --
Andrew Spearman --
Supporting and Equipping National and International Humanitarian --
Non-Governmental Organizations and Their Workers --
Alastair Ager, Erik Flapper, Tineke van Pietersom, and Winnifred Simon --
Voice: Being Knowledgeable Can Help Enormously, Maria Blacque-Belair --
Sustaining the Humanitarian Work Force: Increasing Violence, Increasing Vulnerability --
Shiela M. Platt, Milagros Bacareza, and Sonia Margallo --
Limiting the Risks and the Vulnerability of Humanitarian Aid Workers --
Clementine Olivier --
Voices: A Prison Without Bars, C. 0. Yet Another Evacuation, P.C --
An Evacuation from Sierra Leone, A.A.R --
Preventing Broken Hearts, Healing Broken Minds --
John Fawcett --
Voice: In God's Lap, M.R --
Local Community Capacity: The Source of Renewal --
Ian D. Campbell andAlison Rader --
Voice: A Family Blood Feud in Kosovo, Stevan Weine --
Mental Health of Humanitarian Aid Workers in Complex Emergencies --
Barbara Lopes Cardozo and Peter Salama --
In the Search for Justice --
Surviving with the Dead: Forensic Investigations in the Service of Human Rights --
William D. Haglund and Susannah M. Sirkin --
Voices: A Voice for Victims, M. CherifBassiouni --
My Introduction to Genocide, Ben Kiernan --
We Must Do More, B.M --
Prosecuting War Crimes, Minna Schrag --
Impartial Observer Drawn into Sleepless Moral Conflict, Mariana Goetz --
Survivors and Observers, Priscilla B. Hayner. PART V. MEDIA --
We Have a Long Way to Go --
Chris Cramer --
Voices: Courage Isn't Enough: Learning from Other People's Mistakes --
John Owen --
Don't Go if You Can't Deal with the Consequences, Gary Knight --
How I Learned to Live with Trauma, Josh Friedman --
A Piece of Our Soul, Elizabeth Neuffer --
A Dinner by Candlelight, Bill Berkeley --
Photographer or Photojournalist? John Isaac --
Full Circle, Ron Haviv --
The Chance to Cry, Frank Smyth --
All for the Story? Paddi Clay --
Dying to Tell the Story, Kathy Eldon --
Working in the Third World, Beryl Goldberg --
Who Cares for Those Who Care? Barbara Bertoncin --
Personal Armor, Christine Spolar --
War Children: The Highly Personal "Spin," Sherry Ricchiardi --
Journalists, War and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder --
Anthony Feinstein and John Owen --
The Bridge between Sorrow and Knowledge: Journalists and Traumatic Stress --
Elana Newman --
Centurion: Shielding Journalists and Aid Workers --
Bo Mills, Paul Rees, and Gordon J. Turnbull --
The Forgotten Tribe --
Robert M. Frank. PART VI. CHALLENGES AND REMEDIES --
Issues of Security in the United Nations System --
Diana Russler and Shirley N. Brownell --
Psychological Debriefing --
Beverley Raphael and Robert J. Ursano --
Humanitarianism at Risk: From Threatened Aid Workers to Self-Deceiving Organizations --
Mark Walkup --
Training for Humanitarian Assistance --
Kevin M. Cahill --
An Attempt at a Legal Remedy: The Convention on the Safety of United Nations and Associated Personnel --
M.-Christiane Bourloyannis- Vrailas --
A Call for an Accountability Campaign --
Arthur C. Helton --
Voice: Some Principles of Self Healing, YaelDanieli --
CONCLUSION, YaelDanieli --
EPILOGUE, Kenzo Oshima, Under-Secretary-Generalfor Humanitarian --
Affairs and Emergency Relief Co-ordinator.
Responsibility: edited by Yael Danieli ; foreword by Kofi A. Annan, epilogue by Kenzo Oshima.
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