Health and sexual violence

Maintaining and improving the health of populations affected by emergencies lies at the heart of humanitarian preparedness and responses. As a Humanitarian professional you should be equipped with sufficient basic knowledge to be able to identify and monitor health problems during crises, and to develop effective and appropriate intervention strategies in complex situations.

The following courses take place very soon and might be of interest to you:

The Law of Non-International Armed Conflicts and Other Contested Issues

To learn about how international humanitarian law protects vulnerable persons, such as civilians and prisoners of war, as well as property during armed conflict.

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by Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights

CAS en genre et développement

Acquérir les outils d’analyse critique et de mise en œuvre pratique de l’approche genre et développement.

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by The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

CAS in Global Health Diplomacy

Learn about current global health issues, reflect upon the interface of global politics and domestic policies, navigate complex governance systems to attain better health outcomes, develop negotiation skills and practice strategic thinking in policy making on global health.

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by The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

Thematic Short Course - Sexual Reproductive Health

The objective is to develop an understanding of sexual and reproductive health issues in emergencies and to provide mid-level managers with skills to coordinate the implementation of a minimum set of sexual and reproductive health interventions at the onset of an emergency and as an integral part of health assistance programmes.

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by Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action (CERAH)

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