Alice Debarre is a Policy Analyst in the Humanitarian Affairs program of the International Peace Institute. Her current work focuses on the delivery of healthcare in situations of armed conflict,...
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Alice Debarre is a Policy Analyst in the Humanitarian Affairs program of the International Peace Institute. Her current work focuses on the delivery of healthcare in situations of armed conflict, forced displacement, and the impact of urbanization on humanitarian action.
Before joining IPI, she was an associate in the Policy and Diplomacy division of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva. She has also worked on human rights and national security issues at Human Rights First, and for the International Humanitarian Law Unit of the American Red Cross.
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