CERAH News

CERAH Annual Report

6.2.2019

We are pleased to share the CERAH Annual Report for the academic year 2017-18.  This year the CERAH celebrates 2o years as a unique and innovative academic platform for humanitarian action and its contribution to the strengthening of humanitarian professionals and actors.

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CERAH briefings during Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week #HNPW2019

4.2.2019

We speak of a same word, but often with different understandings/meanings in mind. Can you imagine a simple concept such as "resilience" can be explained in 63 different ways?’

 

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This morning CERAH Director Prof. Doris Schopper, provided a briefing during the Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week #HNPW2019

An interactive session will also take place Wednesday, 6th February in Room 16 from 11:00 to 12:30 at the Geneva International Conference Center (CICG) more info here: www.vosocc.unocha.org

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Announcing 2019 Dates for TSC - SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN CONFLICT SETTINGS & EMERGENCIES

7.1.2019

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Next sessions:

MARCH 18 - 22, 2019, GENEVA

September 9 -13. 2019, GENEVA

November 25- 29, 2019, ENTEBBE, UGANDA

We are pleased to announce the 2019 dates for CERAH's much in demand short course on sexual violence in conflicts and emergencies. Combining cutting-edge research and practical experience from experts in the field, the course is tailored to emergency program managers, and one of the few courses to address male and female survivors of sexual violence. Participants in the Uganda session meet with activists from the Refugee Law Project to hear about their experiences first-hand.

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Season's Greetings

21.12.2018

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Job Opening: Full or Associate Professor In Humanitarian Public Health

17.12.2018

 Job Description 

CHARGE : The successful candidate will be expected to teach in areas related to Public Health and Humanitarian Action at the pregraduate and postgraduate level, including supervision of Master’s and PhD theses. Expertise in relevant fields of public health and humanitarian action is required. S/he should have demonstrated the ability to collaborate collegially with non-academic partners and across disciplines, and will be expected to strengthen ties with humanitarian and international organizations.

S/he will be expected to be competitive for external research funding.

The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the development of the Centre d’Enseignement et de Recherche en Action Humanitaire (CERAH), including by taking on management responsibilities as needed.

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