The Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies and the Brocher Fondation have launched the Humanitarian Fellowship that offers the opportunity for a researcher from a conflict-affected country, to work for 1-3 months in Geneva in a supportive, academic environment. Applicants should be researchers (with or without a PhD) with a track record of scientific publications, working on a research project or a book or an article related to humanitarian health.

The Fellow will be accommodated at the Brocher Fondation premises on Lake Geneva, and will interact with other researchers in residency at the Fondation and will be offered a workspace at the premises of the Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a researcher working on humanitarian health to benefit from great academic support, interact with academic peers and meet the actors of the Geneva International.

Applications are now open until February 16, 2023.


The 1 to 3-month residency will follow the objectives and selection criteria of the Brocher Foundation.

Click to find out more and register on their Extranet, and to apply select ‘Call for visiting researchers 2024’. 

Please note: As part of the application please tick the box asking: Are you eligible to the Brocher Humanitarian fellowship with the Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies?

We wish all applicants our best wishes.