2013 Mar 12th

Linking Humanitarian and Nuclear Response Systems

This study, led by the Environmental Emergencies Section (Joint UNEP/OCHA) of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, considers the many dimensions of the so-called human dimension of nuclear emergencies, identifying areas of possible involvement for international actors as the dissemination of information for the communities, de-stigmatisation and the promotion of community-based approaches.


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Linking Humanitarian and Nuclear Response Systems


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