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The Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs (IIHA) was created at Fordham in December 2001 to forge partnerships with relief organizations, publish books, hold training courses and host symposia relating to humanitarian affairs. The Institute enables humanitarian workers to develop relationships with the University and the international community here in New York City, in addition to being a university wide center reporting directly to the President of Fordham. The Institute offers an academic base for the study and development of international health, human rights and other humanitatian issues, especially those that occur in periods of conflict. At a time when terrorism and war are at the forefront of world affairs, the Institute trains humanitarian workers in the critical skills needed to aid in crises situations. The Institute identifies fundamental needs and uses its talents, contacts, and resources to define practical solutions and initiate dialogue, understanding and cooperation among people and nations divided by war.

The Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs (IIHA) was created at Fordham in December 2001 to forge partnerships with relief organizations, publish books, hold training courses and host symposia relating to humanitarian…

Issue Areas Include

  • Conflict Resolution
  • Disaster Relief
  • Education
  • Hunger, Food Security
  • Immigrants or Refugees

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