Humanitarian Resource Institute 
United Nations Arts Initiative

Arts Integration Into Education

"Promoting the arts as a vehicle for solution oriented
planning and development across the globe."

Global Communication Network Development

Humanitarian Resource Institute specializes in research, identification of the target audience and effective integration of resources such as telecommunications, direct mail, newspaper, radio, television and internet to achieve our communications objective.  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.

The Humanitarian University Consortium was founded to support the development of  initiatives associated with economic, social, cultural and humanitarian issues worldwide.  Our mission is to serve as (1) an international community of scholars, (2) a bridge between Humanitarian Resource Institute and the international academic community, (3) a think tank in support of the United Nations programs and (4) the promotion of higher learning through both traditional and distance education.

Biodefense: Expanding Dialogue

In the publication "Biological Threats and Terrorism, Assessing the Science and Response Capabilities: Workshop Summary," the National Academy of Sciences has recognized Humanitarian Resource Institute (HRI) as one of nine leading educational and research institutions. These include:

  • Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
  • Columbia University: Center for Public Health Preparedness.
  • Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government: Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.
  • Humanitarian Resource Institute.
  • Johns Hopkins University: Center for Civilian Biodefense Studies.
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Center for International Studies.
  • National Academy of Sciences.
  • University of Maryland: Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland.
  • University of Minnesota: Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy.
Ref: Pathobiologics International - The Consulting Arm of Humanitarian Resource Institute and the Humanitarian University Consortium

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