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close this bookCoordinating Among International Organizations in Complex Emergencies (Draft 1st Edition) (Complex Emergency Training Initiative - Disaster Management Training Programme, 77 p.)
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1 United Nations Department of Humanitarian Affairs, DHA Orientation Handbook on Complex Emergencies, New York, draft 1996.

2 Larry Minear, Thomas Weiss, Humanitarian Action in Times of War, Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, 1993.

3 Neill Wright, Steven Wolfson, A UNHCR Handbook for the Military on Humanitarian Operations" UNHCR. Geneva, 1994.

4 Larry Minear, Thomas Weiss, Humanitarian Action in Times of War, 1993. p. 5.

5 DHA "Operational Guidelines for the Protection of Humanitarian Mandates in Conflict Situations". Annex to Protection of Humanitarian Mandates in Conflict Situations. April 1994. pp. x-xi.

6 Adapted from Hamilton, Creating Coordination Among Organizations, ILO Center, Turin, unpublished paper, 1995.

7 References to the "Humanitarian Coordinator" are assumed to cover whatever model for coordination is selected in a particular case.

8 Larry Minear, et al, United Nations Coordination of the International Response to the Gulf Crisis 1990-1992, Thomas J. Watson Institute for International Studies, Occasional Paper #13. Providence, R.I. 1992, p. 35.

9 DHA, "Protection of Humanitarian Mandates in Conflict Situations", Rev. 13 April 1994.

10 Hamilton, 1995.