The protection and welfare of civilians during conflict
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Gilbert Greenall gives a talk on the emergency healthcare and welfare of civilians during conflict. Using examples of humanitarian emergencies that he has co-ordinated relief for in his role at the United Nations, Greenall pinpoints the most crucial elements to get right in order to help the civilians and communities in these situations.
These include ensuring the preservation of electricity and water supplies, allowing freedom of movement and fuel, and supporting the local capacity though employment.
This lecture was part of an event called ‘Perceptions of aid in conflict: understanding for better practice’ at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 13th March 2015
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