The CIHA Blog has just posted a talk, in three parts, from Rev. Dr Allan Boesak at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Boesak speaks of democracy, good governance, and liberation in the South African context. Read Part 1, Part 2, and…See More
Following on the events in Nigeria, particularly those acts committed by Boko Haram, Benjamin Lawrance writes for the CIHA Blog about how militarism and anti-terrorist rhetoric are not solutions to the problem, which has much deeper roots.See More
The latest post on The CIHA Blog comes from Adrian Gregorich of The Sentinel Project for Genocide Prevention, detailing how the organization has launched a humanitarian communication network as a means of curbing rumors and preventing violence in the area.See More
We at The CIHA Blog join the world in our sadness to hear of former South African President Nelson Mandela’s death. Madiba’s life embodied all types of struggle for justice, and we believe that humanitarianism requires justice. Please check out a selection of articles collected from around Africa and the United States, as well as a …See More
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