7-WEEK COURSE Certificate of Advanced Studies - 10 ECTS credits

Operational Communications, Advocacy and Negotiation in Humanitarian Settings

April 20, 2020 - June 5, 2020

Clear and efficient communication is essential to the success of projects carried out in humanitarian settings. CERAH is one of the few institutes providing courses in communication, advocacy and negotiation that are specifically tailored for humanitarian action.

1-WEEK  Thematic Short Courses - 2 ECTS credits

Negotiation in Humanitarian Settings
May 25-29, 2020

Enhance your negotiation skills, including in crisis situations, by taking a strategic approach and understanding challenging humanitarian contexts.

Advocacy for Humanitarian Projects in Health
January 6-10, 2020

Improve your skills and discover new tools to develop effective advocacy strategies for humanitarian interventions in the area of health.

Dialogue with Communities
April 27, 2020 - May 1, 2020

Develop a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of challenges, opportunities and limits of the dialogue with com- munities, its theoretical basis and its practical implementation with a focus on communication aspects.

Designing an Advocacy Strategy for Humanitarian Action
May 4-8, 2020

Develop strategic skills to better analyse specific contexts, map stakeholders, and design effective advocacy strategies in support of operational humanitarian projects.

Media and Humanitarian Action - Approaches and Challenges

May 11-15, 2020

Develop a global knowledge and understanding of the media landscape in humanitarian settings. Analyse the existing ap- proaches and challenges in order to optimize the interactions as aid actor.


5-WEEK Massive open online course (mooc)

Humanitarian Communication: Addressing Key Challenges
Several times a year

Communication in humanitarian settings is key to ensuring effective key programme implementation and beneficiaries' satisfaction. This course allows participants to gain some of the competencies by focusing on the main challenges of communication in humanitarian settings and the means to address these challenges.