Gathering evidence on the diversity of humanitarian “languages”

As part of the Humanitarian Evidence Week, CERAH will explain how the Humanitarian Encyclopedia intends to gather and analyse the diversity of humanitarian “languages”.
From November 7th to 12th, you will discover, three times a day, initial evidence on the variation of terms used in humanitarian action. Based on an analysis of the geographical, sectoral and organisational diversity of actors intervening in crisis contexts, CERAH will explore how this diversity is reflected in the way different groups of actors conceptualise humanitarianism.
Be more than a spectator of the show: the Humanitarian Encyclopedia is a collaborative project engaging humanitarian actors and researchers alike. Be part of this collective adventure! To receive research results first hand and get our appeals for contributions, please fill in the form on our website:
 Humanitarian Evidence Week