Minutes of UAH 2003 : “Humanitarian aid after 9/11”
21/09/2003Ten years ago, on the ruins of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War, the crisis planet was reshaping itself. Some of the Cold War conflicts ended happily (Cambodia, Mozambique, Ethiopia). The concept of rehabilitation, a term traditionally used in post-natural disaster contexts to refer to the intermediate phase between emergency and development, attempted to find its scope in "post-conflict". The existence of divisions, if not confrontations, inherited from the past between solidarity actors (between the emergency and developer camps) was then reexamined in this new context. A creative debate was necessary.