Improving Humanitarian Response

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We are a joint academic and research centre of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and the University of Geneva. Our mission is to contribute to a better, more effective, humanitarian response.

Formerly known as CERAH, the Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action, we became the Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies in June 2020. Find out more about our new vision and read about our most recent achievements in 2020.

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News

Web Conference: Healthy People on a Healthy Planet

14 September 2020

Web Conference: Healthy People on a Healthy Planet

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Welcome Marie-Laure Salles, the new Director of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

1 September 2020

Welcome Marie-Laure Salles, the new Director of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

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Meet course coordinator and negotiation expert André Picot

28 July 2020

Meet course coordinator and negotiation expert André Picot

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Do not make ‘localization’ another unfulfilled commitment – we can achieve it together

14 July 2020

Do not make ‘localization’ another unfulfilled commitment – we can achieve it together

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Phase 2 of COVID19 website: Covid19humanitarian.com

1 July 2020

Phase 2 of COVID19 website: Covid19humanitarian.com

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Our new vision and name: Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies

29 June 2020

Our new vision and name: Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies

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Webinar series: COVID-19 & Humanitarian Settings – Experience and Knowledge Sharing

2 June 2020

Webinar series: COVID-19 & Humanitarian Settings – Experience and Knowledge Sharing

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Course highlights

Executive Short Course

Leadership and People Management

Executive Short Course

Humanitarian Project Cycle Management

Two weeks online

Executive Short Course

Negotiation in Humanitarian Crises (online)

8 weeks ONLINE

Executive Short Course

Sexual Violence in Conflict Settings and Emergencies

Latest tweets

1day ago

We still have a few places left on our #Negotiation in #Humanitarian Crises online course beginning 2 November. The course, delivered in collaboration with @frontline_nego, focuses on the analysis and design of adapted negotiation strategies: https://t.co/8cjTHKIx8I https://t.co/pFvEjqhKbq

1day ago

TODAY 4-6PM at @IHEID (in-person & online) our Faculty member @JulieBillaud presents her work "Between conduct & country-conduct: #HumanRights translation at the Universal Periodic Review" @UN_HRC #Anthropology. https://t.co/Ja6dbvf1Q4