In her insightful and practical book ... Anderson offers the development community an opportunity to, at the least, do no harm.... Do No Harm makes an important contribution to an ongoing discussion about how outsiders can play a productive role in preventing and resolving violent conflict. --Ana Grier Cutter, Ethics and International Affairs
Provide[s] the reader with short but profound examples of how aid has been given in a range of conflict situations.... [Do No Harm] is a well written and a very usable book. --Journal of Peace Research
A book that makes for intriguing reading for all those interested in international affairs and humanitarian efforts from the perspective of those who are actually engaged in it. --Doris H. Gray, International Journal on World Peace
About the Author
Mary B. Anderson is coauthor of Opting Out of War: Strategies to Prevent Violent Conflict and Rising from the Ashes: Development Strategies in Times of Disaster.