Anaïde Nahikian

Harvard University - Harvard Humanitarian Initiative

Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action

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SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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Realities and Myths of the 'Triple Nexus': Local Perspectives on Peacebuilding, Development, and Humanitarian Action in Mali

Humanitarian Action at the Frontlines: Field Analysis Series, 2019
Number of pages: 61 Posted: 21 Jun 2019
Emmanuel Tronc, Rob Grace and Anaïde Nahikian
Harvard University - Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and Harvard University - Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
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Mali, Negotiation, Armed Conflict, Humanitarian, Humanitarian Assistance, Humanitarian Protection, Humanitarian Aid, Humanitarian Principles, Humanitarian Access, Triple Nexus, Development, Security, Peacebuilding

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Humanitarian Access Obstruction in Somalia: Externally Imposed and Self-Inflicted Dimensions

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 16 Nov 2018 Last Revised: 24 Nov 2018
Emmanuel Tronc, Rob Grace and Anaïde Nahikian
Harvard University - Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and Harvard University - Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
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Somalia, Negotiation, Armed Conflict, Humanitarian, Humanitarian Assistance, Humanitarian Protection, Humanitarian Aid, International Humanitarian Law, IHL, Human Rights

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Fragile Future: The Human Cost of Conflict in Afghanistan

Number of pages: 49 Posted: 02 Dec 2018
Emmanuel Tronc and Anaïde Nahikian
Harvard University - Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and Harvard University - Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
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Afghanistan, Negotiation, Access, Armed Conflict, Humanitarian, Humanitarian Assistance, Humanitarian Protection, Humanitarian Aid, International Humanitarian Law, IHL, Human Rights, Development, International Development