Thematic Short Course: Negotiation in Humanitarian Settings
CERAH's short course on negotiation in humanitarian settings aims to provide programme managers with the necessary skills to efficiently negotiate with stakeholders and useful tools to design a negotiation strategy adapted to their specific professional context.
The course is given by external speakers, including academics and practitioners from different institutions and organizations such as the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, ICRC and Doctors without Borders.
CERAH has been contributing for the past 20 years to the development of the reflection in humanitarian action, both through education and research.
CERAH offers post-graduate dual degrees IHEID - UNIGE (Master, Diploma and Certificate of Advanced Studies) for humanitarian professionals as well as short thematic courses (TSC).
CERAH's programmes address to mid-level humanitarian professionals. They focus on providing them with in-depth understanding of both conceptual and operational questions of humanitarian action.
They gather a rich community of students, mainly coming from countries affected by humanitarian crises.
In addition to its training courses, CERAH is also contributing - through research projects - to the critical analysis and thinking of the humanitarian concepts, policies and practices in order to improve the humanitarian responses.
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