This is the screencast of IHRR’s Public Lecture given by Prof Paul Slovic at Durham University.  Paul describes how people fail to act when confronted with mass murder and genocide and often focus on individuals rather than large groups of people when providing aid or other forms of support.  He argues that deliberative, humanitarian thinking and action is needed to address some of the biggest atrocities the world has ever faced.

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