CERAH News

Altruism and acts of humanity: 20 years of humanitarian education

11.11.2018

The year 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the CERAH, Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action. On this occasion, a public conference was held to explore and question the meaning, role, and impact of altruism in humanitarian action.

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Book launch - Humanitarian Action and Ethics

Book launch - Humanitarian Action and Ethics

18.9.2018

Oct 2, 2018, Humanitarium, Geneva - CERAH is pleased to invite you to this conference organized jointly with ICRC, on the moral and ethical dilemmas inherent in the delivery of humanitarian assistance. The conference will be moderated by Hugo Slim, Head of Policy and Diplomacy at ICRC and CERAH lecturer. 

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Dr Meg Davis appointed to the Survivors Reference Group

Dr Meg Davis appointed to the Survivors Reference Group

4.9.2018
Dr Meg Davis, CERAH Coordinator for sexual violence seminars, has been recently appointed to the Survivors Reference Group that will advise the Oxfam Independent Commission on how to address issues of sexual harassment and sexual violence in the humanitarian community. Congratulations Meg!
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Book launch - Prof Alessandro Monsutti, CERAH President of the Board of Directors

Book launch - Prof Alessandro Monsutti, CERAH President of the Board of Directors

14.9.2018

Prof Alessandro Monsutti, CERAH President of the Board of Directors and Chair of Anthropology and Sociology of Development at The Graduate Institute, Geneva is launching "Homo itinerans: la planète des Afghans". The book offers a decentralized perspective of the contemoporary world through a global ethnography of Afghanistan and compiles several individual but different paths of people on the move from and to Afghanistan.

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Small Humanitarian Acts that Make All the Difference in End of Life Care ?

Small Humanitarian Acts that Make All the Difference in End of Life Care ?

27.8.2018

Sept 26, Maison de la Paix, Geneva - Join our event on ethics and palliative care during international humanitarian action organized by Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group (HHE) and CERAH. The event will discuss the power and limitations of small humanitarian acts based on themes emerging from the Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group's multisite study. 

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