For international humanitarian aid groups, saving lives inevitably involves compromise -- such as negotiating with despots, putting employees in harm's way and sometimes even promoting military intervention. How do such groups navigate on-the-ground realities while maintaining their principles? We'll discuss these issues and more with Sophie Delaunay, executive director of the U.S. section of Doctors Without Borders.
Doctors Without Borders: Life-Saving Aid, Tough Compromises
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Sophie Delaunay, executive director of the U.S. Section of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières