Aid Failure – Lessons Learned From Haiti?

The event draws upon the online Policy Debate on the failure of the aid system in Haiti http://poldev.revues.org/1606 published by the journal International Development Policy http://devpol.org/ (DevPol). Each speaker briefly presents their reflections before inviting the audience to participate. 

Speakers:
Jean-Marc Biquet, (MSF | CERAH)
Andrea Binder (GPPi)
Elyse Mosquini (Disaster Law Programme, IFRC)

Moderator:
Prof Gilles Carbonnier (Graduate Institute)

You can join the debate and leave your comments directly on
– The Policy Debate Blog http://debate.devpol.org
– Twitter https://twitter.com/DevPolJournal
– Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DevPolJournal

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