Responsibility to Protect: Humanitarian Intervention in Africa

Responsibility to Protect: Humanitarian Intervention in Africa

Case study - Darfur

Mehari Fisseha

Wirtschaft & Management


56 Seiten

ISBN-13: 9783954894710

Verlag: Anchor Academic Publishing

Erscheinungsdatum: 10.05.2016

Sprache: Englisch

Farbe: Ja

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Killing of the innocent, forced displacement of civilian population, large-scale sexual violence, torture, and destroying of civilian property have been going on since the dawn of civilization. Efforts to protect people against grave crimes of such atrocities more effectively, both in peace and war, gradually evolved over the centuries, and then rapidly accelerated after the Second World War. But, for the most part, those horrors were met with indifference, cynicism, or deep disagreement about how to respond to them. As the twenty-first century began, there was still no universally accepted and effective response mechanism in place to protect civilian population. And this is especially true in the case of Darfur.
Mehari Fisseha

Mehari Fisseha

Mehari Fisseha is a Doctoral Scholar in Public Administration and Management. With a background in international human rights law and International Relations. He holds LLB (Law and European Studies) from the University of Limerick - Ireland, Master of Arts (MA) in Governance and Political Transformation from the University of Free State – South Africa, Master of Arts (MA) in Criminal Justice, Governance and Police Science from Faculty of Law of the Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) in Germany, Master of Science (Msc) in Sociology of Law from Lund University – Sweden, Master of Arts (MA) in Peacebuilding from Coventry University (UK), Master of Arts (MA) in International Development Practice from Mary Immaculate College / University of Limerick – Ireland, (MComm) in Government and Public Policy from University College Cork – Ireland. He has studied in many countries, among these are: Ireland, South Africa, Germany, Sweden, and United Kingdom. He also took part in exchange program with Stockholm University in Political Science department. While he was studying at the University of Limerick, he worked with a local NGO helping Asylum Seekers and Refugees in giving free legal services and information on the same. He also worked for Benjamin N.Cardozo School of Law – New York. In his capacity and advocate for Refugee protection – his research mainly focus on Governance of Security on migration issues, Humanitarian Intervention, Responsibility to Protect and Diplomacy.

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