This one-week course explores the major health-related issues that needs to be addressed in humanitarian crises.
Read the outcomes of CERAH's panel event on sexual violence and access to justice for survivors.
New blog post: Discrimination and stereotypes, critical barriers to access to justice for sexual violence
Why are discrimination and stereotypes critical barriers to access to justice for sexual violence? Our guest blog and human rights lawyer, Christine Alai, shares her experience.
This thematic short course provides an introduction to the legal protection of victims of armed conflict and the work of the UN human rights mechanism, among other topics.
CERAH End of the Academic Year Ceremony
Established over 20 years ago by the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) and the University of Geneva (UNIGE), CERAH - The Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action, is a unique academic and research platform based in Geneva.
We bring together academia and humanitarian organisations to offer a wide range of postgraduate courses for humanitarian professionals, to develop research in humanitarian studies and to strengthen reflection in humanitarian action with the ultimate goal to contributing to a better humanitarian response.