The preliminary round of global, online discussions ran from 5 May - 4 July 2014, bringing together humanitarian organizations, UN agencies, governments, businesses, academic institutions and people affected by disasters and conflicts to develop new solutions to humanitarian challenges. The Final Report and weekly summaries of these discussions, prepared by the discussion Moderators, are online here.
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