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The Ireland at Fordham Humanitarian Lecture Series: Conflict and Hunger — Part I

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The Permanent Mission of Ireland to the UN and Fordham University’s Institute for International Humanitarian Affairs held the 6th lecture of the series on April 30th. Convenor of the DSAI Humanitarian Action Study Group Dr. Caitriona Dowd delivered Part I of this two-part discussion of Conflict and Hunger. 

"She highlights the role Ireland has played in an international effort to combat food crises, noting the lessons learned, and proposing a roadmap for future humanitarian and political action. Dr. Dowd also reminds us that such a path forward must address the unequal burden placed on women during periods of conflict and hunger."

Read or listen to the full lecture here.

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