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<p>The safety of humanitarian workers is a basic premise for the access of victims of disasters to aid; both international humanitarian law and other national and international legal measures specifically protect them. But this security is gradually deteriorating in increasingly complex scenarios, where organizations face those adopting different strategies that combine acceptance, protection and deterrence. The operational challenges are structured on personnel policies, the degree ofdoi:10.18543/aahdh-0-2010pp15-32 fatcat:acp6b64azve2tisvzyp7uprooe