One of the unfortunate truths of the current human rights regime is that it has given rise to an entirely new aid industry. Fortunate as it is that there are willing individuals eager to share their knowledge and expertise with those in need, the group of professional men and women making up the army of humanitarian workers is, perhaps, overextended and under appreciated. One way of helping the next generation of humanitarians to train and prepare for working within a context of human rights is to provide them with the sound analytical research based on research of current human rights conditions. This is precisely what programs such as the Humanitarianism and War Project seek to do.
"Health Care and Professionals,"
Human Rights & Human Welfare: Vol. 4
, Article 34.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.du.edu/hrhw/vol4/iss1/34