Humanity in Action and Civil Society

Dr. Judith Goldstein, founder and Executive Director of Humanity in Action and Anders Jerichow, Chair of Humanity in Action Denmark make closing remarks about Humanity in Action and Civil Society at the October 43 Conference in Copenhagen on October 2, 2013.

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