HRITV: Arts Integration Into Education

Video Connections for Humanitarian Relief


Stephen Michael Apatow

Founder, Director of Research and Development
Humanitarian Resource Institute
Phone: (203) 668-0282
Internet: www.humanitarian.net
Email: s.m.apatow@humanitarian.net

Director, HRI Global Arts Integration Into Education Initiative
Url: www.unarts.org
Twitter: unarts

Humanitarian Resource Institute serves as the global reference point for strategic planning and development:

The unmet need is presented, dialogue is established, research gathered and communication facilitated to every decision maker in a demographic.... It is at this point that we can watch a shift occur at the speed of an email
--  --  Stephen Michael Apatow, Founder, Humanitarian Resource Institute.

HRI Networks include: 

  • newspaper, radio and television, corporate, intergovernmental, non-governmental, United Nations, community action and interfaith organizations in approximately 195 countries.  
  • grassroots networks (household level), corporate, municipal, state and federal government, community action and interfaith organizations in approximately 3100 United States Counties.

Humanitarian Resource Institute

In the Spotlight


Global Analysis & Relief Operations
  • ReliefWeb: The global hub for time-critical humanitarian information on Complex Emergencies and Natural Disasters.  United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
  • HEWSweb: IASC Humanitarian Early Warning Service is an inter-agency partnership project developed by the World Food Programme and its technical staff on behalf of the IASC, building on inputs from all IASC partners. The IASC Sub-Working Group on Preparedness and Contingency Planning is co-chaired by WFP and UNICEF. This includes dedicated pages for drought, floods, storms, locust, volcanoes, earthquakes, weather, El Nino and other hazards.

Note: United Nations and humanitarian relief organizations with webcast sites are welcome to submit site information to: arts@humanitarian.net

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