The Global Migration Crisis in an Age of Moral Austerity: Reflections in Humanitarian Ethics

Commentary by John Pringle. ...To be clear, the solution to the Global Migration Crisis will be neither medical nor charitable. We must not disassociate the crisis from broader injustices that are forcing displacement...

Ethics and Unmet Promises: Syrian refugees healthcare in Lebanon

The New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, adopted by the United Nations GEneral Assembly in September 2016, stresses that root causes should be addressed "through the prevention and peaceful resolution of conflict, greater coordination of humanitarian, development and peace-building…

The Rising Humanitarian Tide

by John Pringle (version français à la suite) “Every ship is unsinkable, until it sinks” (Crawley, 2010). So it is with human rights: inviolable until they are denied. The right to protection from war, the right to maritime rescue, the right to…