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Want to obtain a recognized MASTER?

Want to obtain a recognized MASTER?

4.12.2017
Apply now for CERAH’s SCHOLARSHIPSHurry up, there are few left!
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Gathering evidence on the diversity of humanitarian “languages”

Gathering evidence on the diversity of humanitarian “languages”

7.11.2017

As part of the Humanitarian Evidence Week, CERAH will explain how the Humanitarian Encyclopedia intends to gather and analyse the diversity of humanitarian “languages”.

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Serri (Sura) Mahmood: ex-equo award winner

Serri (Sura) Mahmood: ex-equo award winner

2.11.2017

We interviewed her about the Challenges of Children Born by ISIS Rape in Iraq.

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Learn as you work

Learn as you work

23.10.2017

This blended learning course comes to your workplace and it comes with scholarship possibilities. Learn how to design projects and strategies for humanitarian action and apply your new skills in parallel.

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Jessica Ramirez Mendoza: ex-equo award winner

Jessica Ramirez Mendoza: ex-equo award winner

18.10.2017

We interviewed her about the Role of First Responders and South-South Cooperation during Eearthquake's Response and Management

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Hot from the printer: Activity Report 2016-17

Hot from the printer: Activity Report 2016-17

10.10.2017

Looking back on the academic year 2016-17: read about highlights, education, research projects and stakeholders

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Communication Officer wanted

Communication Officer wanted

25.9.2017

CERAH is recruiting: join our team as CERAH's new Communication Officer

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Exciting new year

Exciting new year

12.9.2017

Excitement, energy and enthusiasm in the classroom. A particularly international group of professionals has just started their Masters' and Diploma programme 2017/18.

 

 

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Quality of the humanitarian response

Quality of the humanitarian response

5.9.2017

"People Management is not a nice to have but an essential training in humanitarian action".
Read our interview with André Picot

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The uncounted: shifting data in the context of HIV

The uncounted: shifting data in the context of HIV

22.8.2017

New publication on politics of HIV data from the International Journal for Human Rights' special issue on human rights and the SDGs

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