Maintaining our traditions as an activist humanitarian nation

Sep 27, 2016

Professor John Bew, writes about Britain’s humanitarian traditions and how they can be continued into the 21st century.

This essay was published as part of Save the Children’s Our Today, Their Tomorrow pamphlet. The full collection can be read here.

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