Professors and Lecturers
The diversity of experience and expertise of CERAH’s staff reflects CERAH's multidisciplinary programme.
CERAH’s lecturers and researchers have wide experience in the humanitarian field, and together accumulate many years of work experience with a range of institutions and multidisciplinary environments. Associated lecturers from other universities and institutions join the CERAH team according to specific teaching and research needs.
Professor at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva and Director of CERAH. Following her medical studies at the University of Geneva, she qualified as a specialist in internal medicine.
Deputy Director at CERAH. She has worked in development for over sixteen years, projects in the field (Bolivia, Benin) and at headquarters of local and European NGOs (Central America, Chad, Haiti) as well as for UNESCO.
Head of Learning at CERAH. She has been working in the humanitarian sector since 1999. She is responsibe for the MAS programme and oversees the DAS, CAS and TSC. She coordinates the CAS "People Managemetn in Humanitarian Settings".
Consultant and Trainer in Humanitarian Affairs, working as Coordinator and Lecturer at CERAH.
Coordinates the DAS in humanitarian action, the CAS Communication, Advocacy and Negotiation in Humanitarian Settings and leads the Thematic Seminar Advocacy for Humanitarian Projects in Health.
Researcher at the Geneva Academy for International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. At CERAH, Maya coordinates the CAS Legal Environment of Humanitarian Action and the MAS/DAS course Humanitarian Action: Legal Issues.
Coordinates the Thematic Short Course on Sexual Violence in Conflict Settings and Emergencies, she is also a visiting scholar to the Centre for Human Rights and Global Justice at New York University School of Law.
Coordinator of the CAS Designing Strategies and Projects in Humanitarian Action and leader of the Thematic Short Course: Project Cycle Management.
Medical Doctor with a public and reproductive health background. She teaches during the Thematic Seminar on Sexual and Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Contexts.
Researcher at CERAH where she coordinates the Encyclopaedia of Humanitarian Action Research Project.
Head of Handicap International's Strategic Policy Group.
Cecilia Mornata coordinates CERAH's CAS on "People Management in Humanitarian Settings".
Coordinator of the CAS People Management in Humanitarian Settings and the Thematic Short Course Negotiation in Humanitarian Settings.
Lecturer of the CAS: Legal Environment of Humanitarian Action.
SNF researcher and lecturer at Sciences Po Paris. She is a specialist in international law applicable during times of conflict.