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Public Lecture: Contemporary Challenges to Refugee Protection
CERAH Director Doris Schopper will join a round table discussion on Contemporary Challenges to Refugee Protection as part of the 2016 Geneva Summer School Public Lecture on 28 June.
Online survey Encyclopedia for Humanitarian Action
Humanitarian practitioners, policy-makers, academics and community leaders: Your expertise and opinion count for CERAH's latest research project Encyclopedia of Humanitarian Action.More
Epidémies et sociétés - passé, présent, futur
Geneva, 6-8 June. CERAH will contribute to a forum on 'Epidemics and Societies: Past, present, future' which will discuss the nature of epidemics, the factors affecting contagious and noncontagious diseases, and public health responses.More
Legality of nuclear weapons - Maya Brehm's blog entry on EJIL: Talk!
Whose Security is it Anyway? The debate about effectiveness is also a debate about agency, authority, legitimacy and responsibility.More
URD’s biannual review features articles by CERAH people
The latest edition Humanitarian Aid on the move no17, special issue: The World Humanitarian Summit, features 3 articles written by people closely linked to the CERAH.More
Strengthening Disease Outbreak Response
Doris Schopper to chair the final session at a workshop on 'Strengthening Disease Outbreak Response" on 2-3 June 2016.More
Statement of Commitments from Humanitarian Scholars at World Humanitarian Summit
Istanbul, Turkey – The future of effective responses to humanitarian crises depends on developing a strong base of knowledge about current emergencies, future threats and their contexts...More
International Humanitarian City cooperation discussions
H.E. Moosa al Hashemi, CEO of International Humanitarian City, met with CERAH Director Prof Doris Schopper and Deputy Director Dr Edith Favoreu, to discuss future cooperation in capacity building and training initiatives.More
Plenary statement at WHS - Prof Carbonnier on key points for academia
Mr Chairperson, ladies and gentlemen, the academic community offers a vast – and largely untapped – potential to contribute to evidence-based, effective humanitarian action.More
CERAH at the summit, Day 3 - How do YOU speak Humanitarian?
Tuesday, May 24: CERAH’s director Prof Doris Schopper highlighted the importance of “localizing humanitarian aid by building, or rather strengthening, resilient networks, systems, organisations and people”.More