CERAH My Steeping Stone: A CERAH Masters' Graduate's journey to success
Batoul Kazwini is 30 years old. She is Syrian and did a Master of Advanced Studies in Humanitarian Action at CERAH. She graduated in summer 2016 and was immediately recruited as a detention delegate with the ICRC.
This short video traces back her personal path from Syria’s emergencies to CERAH and from there back to the field. She speaks to us from her first mission in Rwanda and ICRC Director-General Yves Daccord comments Batoul’s story and connects it to CERAH’s added value for humanitarian action.
PRESENTATION OF OUR MASTER IN HUMANITARIAN ACTION
The MAS is specifically designed to benefit professionals working in the humanitarian sector and related fields. The programme's core objectives focus on the acquisition of theoretical tools and practical skills applicable in the challenging context of present-day humanitarian operations. CERAH provides an open and welcoming learning environment and fosters an interactive community of students, researchers and professionals located in international Geneva and beyond.