CERAH opens courses to graduate students
CERAH, the Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action, is opening up a range of its courses to graduate students who aspire to work in the humanitarian sector.More
Humanitarian Organisations Database
The Centre for Education & Research in Humanitarian Action (CERAH) has launched a new, interactive Humanitarian Organisations Database with 2,500 organisations listed. The development of this database aims to contribute to a better understanding of the humanitarian ‘ecosystem’ at its various levels, help interested parties navigate a complex sector and facilitate building partnerships for better programme results.More
Statement: New Director for CERAH
Professor Karl Blanchet has been appointed as the new director of CERAH, the Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action, effective 1st December 2019.More
Panel event "Justice denied? Access to justice for victims of sexual violence"
How do we end the climate of impunity and ensure perpetrators of sexual violence are brought to justice? What can humanitarian organizations do to support survivors of sexual violence while preserving the organization's neutrality? And what does “justice” mean for survivors?
These were some of the questions raised and debated in front of an engaged audience of over 200 people at “Justice denied? Access to justice for victims of sexual violence”, a panel event on Wednesday, 11 September in Geneva. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) hosted the event, co-sponsored by CERAH, Médècins Sans Frontières (MSF), the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), and the Refugee Law Project.
Invitation to "Justice denied? Access to justice for victims of sexual violence" panel event
Despite sexual violence being recognised as a war crime in international law, in reality few survivors ever see their attackers brought to justice.
On Wednesday, 11 September from 18:30 to 20:00, CERAH is organising a panel event with its Steering Committee on Sexual Violence in Conflicts & Emergencies (The International Committee of the Red Cross -ICRC, Médecins sans frontières - MSF, the UN Refugee Agency - UNHCR, and the Refugee Law Project) to discuss how to support sexual violence's survivors in their quest for justice.More