|Disaster Management Ethics (Department of Humanitarian Affairs/United Nations Disaster Relief Office - United Nations Development Programme , 1997, 70 p.)|
|TOPIC 5 Disaster declaration and response|
Kenlynn Schroeder has been Director of National and International Disaster Response for Church World Service (CWS) and has worked in disaster response since 1988. Previously, she worked for 12 years in refugee settlement and first asylum projects. She has traveled extensively throughout the world, in part to conduct disaster assessments as director of the international disaster response program of CWS.
Larry Minear is co-director of the Humanitarian and War Project, a joint undertaking of the Refugee Policy Group in Washington, and Brown Universitys Thomas J. Watson Jr. Institute for International Studies. He has worked on development issues since 1972. From 1975-90 he directed two NGO offices on development policy in Washington DC seeking to influence US public policy as it affects the poor in developing countries. Books and articles include: Humanitarian Action in Times of War (with T. G. Weiss, 93), Humanitarianism Under Siege: A Critical Review of Operation Lifeline Sudan (91), Do International Ethics Matter? Humanitarian Politics in the Sudan, Ethics and International Affairs, (v.5, 91).
Bruce Nichols, former director of education and studies at the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, New York, served as editor of Ethics and International Affairs. An article on peacemaking between the Sandinista government and Miskito Indians in Nicaragua is in Religion: The Missing Element of Diplomacy (Oxford, 94). Other books: The Uneasy Alliance: Religion, Refugee Work and U.S. Foreign Policy (Oxford, 88) and The Moral Nation: Humanitarianism and U.S. Foreign Policy Today (Notre Dame, 90).