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The ICRC's 23rd course in International Humanitarian Law (IHL) for humanitarian professionals and policymakers is designed to acquaint participants with the international rules, principles, and instruments applicable in times of armed conflict. It offers participants practical knowledge in IHL applicable in their fieldwork and their decision-making processes.
The course will provide in-depth instruction in the following broad themes:
This Master level short course in Humanitarian Shelter Coordination is offered by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in partnership with the Centre for Development and Emergency Practice (CENDEP) at Oxford Brookes University.
Upcoming MOOC “Introduction to Public Health Engineering in Humanitarian Contexts” The International Committee of the Red Cross and Eawag-Sandec have joined forces to develop our next MOOC, entitled “Introduction to Public Health Engineering in Humanitarian Contexts”. The 5-week course will be launched on November 6 in English with French and Spanish subtitles. In case you miss the first round, don’t worry: The course will be repeated every four weeks thereafter.
To celebrate 50 years of Fundamental Principles, the ICRC, the International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Societies (International Federation) and the Austrian Red Cross (ARC) hosted a celebratory public event on 7 October 2015 at the Embassy of Italy in Vienna.
Alice Obrecht - Research Fellow, ALNAP
Lucy Earle - Urban Policy Advisor, DFID (via videolink)
Paul Shanahan - Former IASC Global WASH Cluster Coordinator
Michael Talhami - Regional Water & Habitat Advisor (Near and Middle East), International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
Dr Mark Zeitoun - Water Security Research Centre, University of East Anglia
The ICRC is offering an e-learning module on the legal framework applicable to health care during armed conflicts and other emergencies.
The module offers a practical and interactive approach to learning based on a variety of pedagogical tools.Thanks to its user-friendly accessibility, the module suits the needs of a variety of publics, with or without a legal background.
This side event of the 2015 UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Humanitarian Affairs Segment, co-organized by the ICRC and the International Federation, is part of the Research and debate cycle on principles guiding humanitarian action.
To watch the full conference, click here.
Are you a doctor wondering how to interact with the media, or a nurse wondering how to treat patient information in difficult circumstances? Are you an ambulance driver unsure of what your responsibilities are? Are you a hospital administrator wondering what to do with overwhelming numbers of deceased patients? If so, the Health Care in Danger project's new e-learning module on the responsibilities of health-care personnel is for you.
The 3 hours interactive course, focuses on security and safety related aspects for Red Cross Red Crescent personnel undertaking humanitarian field operations. It includes a number of modules such as security and beneficiary interaction, field movement, vehicle safety, telecommunications, working in insecure environments, health, personal security and Red Cross Red Crescent security framework.
The course is free of charge and applies to any humanitarian local staff or volunteer interested in enhancing their security knowledge.
Total horas del curos: 30 Horas académicas
- Constitución área del Buen Vivir
- Código de Protección Civil
- Ley de Defensa Contra Incendios
- Sistema de auditoría de riesgos del trabajo SART
- Normas INEN