The success of a complex humanitarian mission depends upon cohesive linkages of diplomatic action, security operations and relief-to-development activities to achieve a desired outcome.
The Responsibility to Protect strategy brings greater significance to the issue of ‘best practices.’
Our experience includes initiatives to address the following:
- A primary responsibility of states to protect their own populations from the crimes of: genocide, war–crimes, ethnic–cleansing, and crimes against humanity;
- The international community’s responsibility to assist states in meeting those internationally accepted obligations;
- And, the international community’s responsibility to take timely and decisive action in cases where a state has manifestly failed to protect its own population from what would appear state sanctioned crimes.
Our experience includes participating in initiatives to address the following issues:
Sugar and Sugar Ethanol
Global Reporting Initiative
American Indian Energy Tribes