Supporting the detained populations in Greece and Libya is the most – or at least one of the most - urgent and most complex humanitarian challenges of this time. The refugees and migrants that got stuck on their way to Europe, live in malicious camps and seek to survive under very harsh conditions.
Researcher and well-experienced humanitarian practitioner Jason Phillips was asked by IRC, the International Rescue Committee, to take stock of the experiences of humanitarian practitioners, who have been working in these detention centers in Greece and Libya over the last four years. In December 2019 he presented his paper ‘Working with Detained Populations in Greece and Libya: A Comparative Study of the Ethical Challenges Facing The International Rescue Committee’ for KUNO in The Hague.
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