"Until we extend the circle of compassion to all living beings, we shall not find peace" -- Albert Schweitzer
The Ultimate Objective: The weapons are active care, compassion and concern, the vehicle encompasses successful initiatives that address the ills of conflict, ignorance, poverty and disease.

Established as a Nevada nonprofit organization in 1994, for 28 years Humanitarian Resource Institute has served as a leader in advocacy, mediation and policy development.


HRI: H-II OPSEC Leadership Development

Special thanks to Kay Collette Goss, CEM. Kay was Assoc. FEMA Director (1994-2001) during the 90's, when HRI set up the National City/County Emergency Management Support Network (1994), International Disaster Information Network (1999), to assist FEMA with global remediation efforts for Y2K. In 2011, IDIN transitioned to the Global Special Operations Network: Intelligence - Defense - Interpol - LEO Fusion Support for complex emergencies that were beyond governmental capabilities, UN, NGO, and relief organizations.

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Focus Areas

Biodefense Reference Library

Community & Family Preparedness Network

Emerging Infectious Disease Network

Global Preparedness & Response Network

HRI Legal Resource & Assistance Center

International Disaster Information Network

Interfaith News Network & Study Center

International Peace Center


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