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26 Oct 2011 description

CERAH/ELRHA Conference on humanitarian education and training

In focus : Articulating an agenda for humanitarian education and training

Tim O’Dempsey, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Theme 3 Humanitarian Education and Training as a Collaborative Enterprise

Introduction

Humanitarian Assistance has become a rapidly expanding, multi-billion dollar, global industry with an estimated workforce of approximately 250,000 that impacts directly on the lives, livelihoods, health and wellbeing of millions of the world’s most vulnerable people.

26 Oct 2011 description

CERAH/ELRHA Conference on humanitarian education and training

In focus : Articulating an agenda for humanitarian education and training

Catherine Russ – Professionalisation Advisor ELRHA

Theme 2 - An International Framework for Professional Development

Introduction

26 Oct 2011 description

CERAH/ELRHA Conference on humanitarian education and training

In focus : Articulating an agenda for humanitarian education and training

Jess Camburn - ELRHA

Theme 1 - What Knowledge and Skills for Humanitarian Workers?

Introduction

01 May 2010 description

This new publication from CERAH presents a global overview of university training and education programmes in humanitarian action. It is the result of collaboration with academia worldwide to identify programmes and bring the information to humanitarian practitioners and humanitarian organisations, and to universities interested in initiating humanitarian education and training. It identifies and systematically presents 77 programmes offered to practising or entry-level humanitarian workers at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional levels of study.

Training

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23 Feb 2016 description
training Ongoing course University of Geneva

Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) and Diploma of Advanced Studies (DAS) in International Organizations Management

The CAS (18 ECTS) and the DAS (30 ECTS) in International Organizations Management were created to respond to the needs of professionals and practitioners working in the Geneva area. As a part-time course, they allow participants to develop their technical, leadership and managerial skills in the context of international organizations, and extend their knowledge of the socio-economic and political context in which they work.