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The eventual response to the Grenfell Tower tragedy has exposed a series of failures reminiscent of a growing number of humanitarian crises around the world. Courtesy of Natalie Oxford/Wikimedia.

Grenfell Tower and the Case for Humanitarian Coordination

Randolph Kent, Mark Bowden and Joanne Burke
Newsbrief, 11 August 2017
UK, Emergency Response
In the wake of the inadequate response to the Grenfell Tower fire, the UK should learn from the experiences of successful responses to crises in other parts of the world and apply those lessons to its own response procedures to domestic crises.

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