The Humanitarian Newsletter November 25 - December 9, 2013 Humanitarian Spotlight: Increased Violence in the Central African Republic Prompts Warnin


The Humanitarian Newsletter

November 25 - December 9, 2013

Humanitarian Spotlight:
Increased Violence in the Central African Republic
Prompts Warnings of Genocide

The Central African Republic, with a population of 5.16 million (2013 est.), is a landlocked nation burdened by a long history of conflict and political instability, particularly since March when a coalition of rebel groups overthrew President Francois Bozize.

Since the rebels assumed power, violence has intensified between the Muslim rebels and the majority Christian population, leading the country into a state of near-anarchy. French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius warned in an interview that the nation is “on the verge of genocide.”

The U.S. State Department estimates that nearly 400,000 people have been internally displaced and 68,000 have fled to neighboring countries since the uprising in March. The U.N. Deputy Secretary-General, Jan Eliasson, says a third of the population are "in dire need of food, protection, health care, water, sanitation and shelter." Instability has forced 70 percent of the nation's children out of education and UNICEF estimates that there are now 6,000 child soldiers in CAR, more than twice the previous number before the conflict intensified.

Today, Jan Eliasson urged decisive action from the Security Council and the international community to support the African Union-led peace operation until a U.N. peacekeeping operation could take over. Heightened security concerns, revealed by the recently imposed countrywide curfew, threaten the efforts of aid agencies to reach the most vulnerable.

For more information, please visit:

Country Profile: Central African Republic – BBC
Spotlight Background: Central African Republic – AlertNet
CAR: In Pictures – Al Jazeera

New York City Events

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Tuesday, November 26, 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM
Amnesty! When They Are All Free Documentary Screening

Created in celebration of Amnesty International’s 50th Anniversary, this film by Roger Graef asks the question: has the human rights movement contained mankind’s capacity for atrocity? To view the trailer for the film, please click here. There will be a brief panel discussion following the screening.

To RSVP: Please email

Location: John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Main Lecture Hall Room L.63, 524 West 59th Street, New York, NY 10019

Tuesday, December 3, 6:30 PM
Syria in the Crosshairs: Religion, Violence, and the Legacy of Exploitation in the Arab World

A panel discussion featuring:
* Michael Wahid Hanna, Fellow at The Century Foundation;
* Nadieszda Kizenko, Associate Professor in the Department of History at the University at Albany, State University of New York;
* Joseph Massad, Associate Professor of Modern Arab Politics and Intellectual History in the Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies at Columbia University; and
* Christopher Awad, senior, Fordham College at Rose Hill.

Moderated by:
George E. Demacopoulos, Professor of Historical Theology, Director and Co-Founder of the Orthodox Christian Studies Center of Fordham University

For more information:contact Noah Minnick at 212-636-6553 or

Location: McNally Amphitheatre, Fordham Law School, Lincoln Center, 140 W. 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023

Wednesday, December 4, 2:30 PM
Fordham's International Studies End of Year Event:
Careers in International Affairs

This event will provide a first-hand look at the experience of working in humanitarian and development aid efforts around the world. Professor Masood Hyder will cover his own personal experiences throughout countries such as Sudan, Iran, Bangladesh, Djibouti, North Korea and Indonesia, as well as the unique challenges and rewards of working in the community of aid workers. Students will be able to learn about this career field as they contemplate their own future career paths.

Professor Hyder is adjunct professor both in the International Studies Program and the Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs, and teaches the Senior Thesis Seminar in the International Studies Program.

Refreshments will be served.

Location: Student Lounge, Fordham University, 113 W. 60th Street, New York, NY 10023

International Events


Wednesday, November 27, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (GMT)
Crisis and response in the Central African Republic: Challenges to delivering frontline humanitarian assistance

ICRC head of operations for Central and Southern Africa, will be joined by Dr Jose Antonio Bastos, President of Médecins Sans Frontières Spain, for a discussion on the challenges of delivering emergency humanitarian assistance in the Central African Republic.

The speakers will discuss their recent experiences on the ground in CAR, highlighting the humanitarian impact of the recent violence and the importance of international cooperation in humanitarian relief.

To register: Please visit Chatham House's website.

Location: The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, 10 St James's Square, London, SW1Y 4LE

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Thursday, November 28 - Saturday, November 30
International Humanitarian Conference 2013

MERCY Malaysia is pleased to invite colleagues and partners from organisations devoted to improving humanitarianism and the broader international community in the Asian region, to participate and contribute to the International Humanitarian Conference (IHC) in Kuala Lumpur from 28th to 30th November 2013.

The overall theme of the conference is “Sustaining Humanitarian Efforts, Over the Long Haul”, a reflection of the many challenges and opportunities which most, if not all, of us are facing and our key role as humanitarian and development agencies in the global South. The conference will be organised to discuss and debate experiences, practices and solutions to the key issues confronting those least able to manage with the effects of natural disasters and conflicts within the region and those who provide assistance and support to those affected and vulnerable communities.

Location: Swan Convention Centre, Level 4, Sunway Medical Centre, No. 5, Jalan Lagoon Selatan, Bandar Sunway
46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor - Malaysia


Tuesday, December 3, 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM (GMT)
Health care in danger: From consultation to implementation

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), together with the Conflict and Catastrophes Forum of the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) and the British Red Cross will host an expert conference in London on 3 December, 2013.

One of the first casualties of sustained violence and war is the health care system itself. Too often hospitals, ambulances, doctors and nurses find themselves the direct and indirect target of attacks and at a time when their expert assistance is needed more than ever. In response to this critical problem, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) project 'Health Care in Danger', has undertaken expert consultations around the world to highlight steps that can be taken to address the issue.

At this expert conference hosted by the ICRC, Royal Society of Medicine and the British Red Cross, experts and practitioners from the health and humanitarian sectors will reflect on practical steps that can be taken to implement recommendations on the ground. In addition best practices will be highlighted and shared, that contribute to the protection of healthcare when violence erupts. Presentations at this event will be on the record, however discussion will take place under the Chatham House rule.

To register: Please visit the Royal Society of Medicine's website.

Location: Royal Society of Medicine, Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE


Wednesday, December 4, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (GMT)
Health Care in Danger: Tackling violence against health care in war and emergency

In this event, which follows on from the previous day's conference, Bruce Eschaya-Chauvin, a medical advisor to the ICRC, will present the problem of threatened health care systems and describe how the project aims to tackle the issue, attempting to provide an overview of the consequences of violence against health care for medical students, trainees, humanitarian workers, and others concerned with finding a solution to this grave and urgent problem. The event will be followed by a drinks reception.

There will be a charge of £5 for members of the Royal Society of Medicine and £10 for non-members.

To register: Please visit the Royal Society of Medicine's website.

Location: Royal Society of Medicine, Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE

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Thursday, December 5, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (GMT)
Combating Poverty: Foreign Aid, Good Governance and Economic Growth

Daniel Runde, Director of the Project on Prosperity and Development at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) will argue that, as developing countries continue to democratize and improve their governance, foreign aid donors should shift their focus from meeting basic needs to broader institutional development.

Drawing on his new CSIS report Combating Global Poverty: Investing in the Governance and Growth Nexus, he will contend that the best way to continue to reduce global poverty is to focus on improving the rule of law and economic performance at the country level.

The panel will discuss what this means for the post-2015 development agenda and how foreign aid donors should programme resources and assistance in the future.

To register: Please visit Chatham House's website.

Location: The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, 10 St James's Square, London, SW1Y 4LE

Online Events


Thursday, November 28, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM (GMT)
Responding to the humanitarian consequences of the conflict in Syria: Have we failed the test?

Chaired by BBC Syria Correspondent Lina Sinjab, who has reported on the Syria crisis since the revolution began in March 2011, this event will launch “Humanitarian Exchange: The Conflict in Syria”. Speakers will examine the challenges of humanitarian access and action in Syria, the growing role of local activist networks and diaspora groups and the controversial debate over the legality and ethicality of cross-border aid.

For more information and to register: Please click here.

Location: This event can be attended in person or be streamed online. The event will be held at 203 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NJ, United Kingdom.

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Wednesday, December 11, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)
Strengthening the Congolese Community: Background, Resettlement, and Treatment

The ongoing refugee crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is the result of almost 16 years of violent conflict and unrest. This webinar sponsored by the National Partnership for Community Training, featuring Hawthrone Smith, clinical director of Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture (PSOT); Dr. Thomas Turner, Amnesty International DRC country expert; and Sandra Vines Associate Director for Resettlement and Integration at Church World Service, will offer valuable background on the country and the conflict, up to date resettlement information, and useful mental health treatments.

For more information on how to participate in this webinar: Please RSVP to


Friday, December 13, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM (GMT)
What are we learning from responding to Syria?

The Disaster Emergency Committee’s Syria Response Review focuses on the response to the situation of Syrian refugees and displaced people outside camps, scattered among host communities in a variety of living conditions. The Review considers agency strategy, needs assessment and approach, implementation and monitoring, coordination and accountability. At this report launch, key findings and challenges from this Review will be presented. The focus of the event will be on how those working in Syria can use these emerging lessons to improve their ongoing response to the Syria crisis, as well as prepare for future responses.

For more information and to register: Please click here.

Location: This event can be attended in person or be streamed online. The event will be held at 203 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NJ, United Kingdom.

Job Opportunities


Catholic Relief Services - MEAL Director, Baltimore, Maryland

The MEAL (Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning) Director will provide leadership and direction to MEAL throughout CRS. The Director will also manage the MEAL Unit, which exists to provide CRS with continued improvement and excellence in the areas of program monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning. Qualified candidates hold a Masters degree (Ph.D. preferred) in development or a related social science discipline, eight to ten years minimum of progressive international working experience in a technical and management role in overseas programs (with ability to lead a high performing team), a minimum of 5 years in an emergency and/or development context and of international experience in developing and implementing M&E systems, (including development of indicators, data collection tools and methodologies, data analysis, and data presentation).

To apply: Please follow this link.

Application Deadline: November 29, 2013


Catholic Relief Services - Emergency MEAL Technical Advisor, Baltimore, Maryland

CRS is seeking a Technical Advisor (TA) for Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) to provide technical leadership and field level support for CRS’ emergency response and recovery programming. The Technical Advisor will be responsible for ensuring the implementation of the MEAL focused strategic initiatives and providing field level and distance support for MEAL during CRS’ emergency response activities. Qualified candidates hold a degree and equivalent experience in a field relevant to a MEAL position in an international NGO, with three to five years of progressive responsibility in relief or development programs, including significant time in an MEAL capacity. Applicants should have thorough familiarity with the principles of, and field experience in, current approaches to MEAL for emergency relief programs, including both qualitative and quantitative methods.

To apply: Please follow this link.

Application Deadline: November 29, 2013


GOAL - Emergency WASH Coordinator, Cebu & Tacloban, Philippines

The WASH Coordinator (WASH Co) will be responsible for ensuring that GOAL interventions respond to the local context in a sustainable manner and are closely coordinated with other key stakeholders. The WASH Co will undertake needs assessments; design an appropriate short and medium-term intervention that responds to the needs on the ground that is consistent with the Global GOAL WASH Strategy.

For more information and to apply: Please visit GOAL's website.

Application deadline: November 29, 2013


GOAL - Emergency M&E Coordinator, Cebu & Tacloban, Philippines

Working as a key part of the emergency team the M&E coordinator will be responsible for supporting the gathering of key assessment data, providing evidence for rapid decision making. The M&E Coordinator will be responsible for collecting quantitative and qualitative data, ensuring that both are carried out to a high standard following GOAL and National Guidelines and international best practice, training GOAL staff and partners to assist in data collection, producing high quality reports in a timely manner with in-put from all GOAL programme sectors, and disseminating results within GOAL, to all relevant partners, and to the communities in which we work.

For more information and to apply: Please visit GOAL's website.

Application deadline: November 29, 2013


British Red Cross - Hygiene Promotion/Public Health Team Member, Various Locations

The British Red Cross is responsible for the deployment of Mass Sanitation Module (MSM) Emergency Response Units (ERUs) teams for up to six months following an emergency. Each of these teams consists of four specialists that can be deployed in an emergency for a period of one month. The British Red Cross is currently looking for hygiene promoters with experience in managing international humanitarian operations in the water, sanitation, hygiene, and/or public health sectors for their MSM ERU roster.

For more information and to apply: Please follow this link.

Application Deadline: December 1, 2013


Norwegian Refugee Council - External Evaluation of Humanitarian Communications Project, Afghanistan

NRC is seeking an external consultant to undertake an external evaluation of an ECHO funded Humanitarian Communications Project in Afghanistan. The consultant should have Afghanistan nationality, with English fluency, specialist knowledge and research expertise on humanitarian communications, experience of humanitarian policy and practice and experience of designing and conducting qualitative evaluation.

For more information: Please review the job posting and the TORs.

Application deadline: December 1, 2013

Christian Aid

Christian Aid - Senior Emergency Programme Manager, Manila, Philippines

The Senior Emergency Programme Manager will be managing, developing and coordinating Christian Aid’s humanitarian response to the recent Haiyan Typhoon in the Philippines. You will ensure that the response to emergency and related programmes are led and managed effectively and efficiently, including making decisions regarding humanitarian appeals and funding from institutional donors, with budget authority currently in excess of GBP 3 million but with a potential to be larger.

For more information: Please view the job posting.

Application deadline: December 2, 2013


*British Red Cross – Humanitarian Policy Support Officer, London, United Kingdom*

The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, through a global voluntary network, responding to conflicts, natural disasters, and individual emergencies. The Humanitarian Policy Support Officer will play a key role in monitoring and communicating policy and program developments of and engaging in humanitarian sector debates, communications and knowledge management, and policy support to HP and BRC’s International Division (ID).

To apply: Please email Amelia Kyazze at

Application Deadline: December 8, 2013

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Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) - Associate Humanitarian Affairs Officer, New York

OCHA is seeking qualified applicants to work in consultation with the senior Humanitarian Affairs Officer in designing and preparing studies on humanitarian, disaster, emergency relief, and related issues. The Associate Humanitarian Affairs Officer will also do research, prepare documents, assist in the production of appeals for international assistance, and maintain awareness of current humanitarian affairs and related issues, in addition to other tasks.

Application Deadline: December 16, 2013


International Rescue Committee - Technical Research Advisor, New York

This position provides technical support to research on women’s empowerment and violence against women and girls in countries in conflict, crisis, post-conflict and post-crisis settings. The Technical Advisor will lead the design and implementation of research in collaboration with technical advisors, field programs, and research partners, present and publish research findings in academic journals and practitioner-focused outlets, and contribute/lead the development of concepts notes and proposals for research projects.

For more information and to apply: Please follow this link.

Application Deadline: December 16, 2013

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Innovations for Poverty Action – Director of Development, Various Locations

Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) is looking for a dynamic and experienced candidate with a track record of success to take over this position. The Director of Development will be involved with the development and implementation of IPA’s fundraising, communications, marketing, and public relations strategies. They will also be liaison to the Board of Directors.

For more information and to apply: Please visit their website.

Application Deadline: Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.


CARE USA – Technical Advisor for Emergency Food & Nutrition Security, Atlanta, Georgia

CARE seeks a highly experience candidate for this position, who will enable CARE to have strong technical support and advisory back-up for Country Offices to ensure timely, appropriate and impactful responses to food security crisis and to support linking emergency to longer-term program interventions. Candidates must have expertise in food security and nutrition in chronic and transitory food insecure environments, as well as it links with long-term food security programs. Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree and 5-8 years humanitarian work experience.

To apply: Please fill out this form.


International Rescue Committee - Syria Crisis Response Program Manager, New York

The International Rescue Committee is looking for candidates to this Program Manager position. The Program Manager would support and work closely with the current Syria Crisis Response Program Manager. They will take on responsibilities for grants management for a portfolio of small, new, or sole project interventions, as well as other tasks. Applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree in a related field, with a minimum of 1-2 years related non-profit and/or administrative work experience.

To apply: Please fill out this form.


Oxfam – Policy & Campaigns Coordinator, Boston, Massachusetts

Oxfam is looking for a Coordinator to support overall planning, coordination and administration of the Private Sector Department. The Coordinator will provide logistical, communication, and documentation support to the department, including scheduling and planning of meetings, financial support including managing pieces of departmental budget and arranging travel, among other tasks. Applicants are required to hold a Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience.

To apply: Please fill out this form on the Oxfam America website.

Internship Opportunities


National Coalition of Syrian Revolution & Opposition Forces - Spring Internship, Washington D.C.

The National Coalition of Syrian Revolution & Opposition Forces has openings for 2 interns at its United States Representative Office in Washington, D.C. This office serves as their official liaison the United States government and foreign policy community on matters relating to the pro-democracy movement, including coordination and delivery of much-needed humanitarian aid to Syria. Candidates should have an excellent academic record, superb writing skills, and strong communication skills (verbal and written). Reading and writing fluency in Arabic is preferred. This is a paid internship.

Application Deadline: November 29, 2013


International Justice Project - Communications/Social Media Internship, New Jersey

The International Justice Project is a non-profit organization focused on advancing human rights through law. They are currently looking for interns to assist with the growth and development of their social media, website, and other communications. Interns will work with senior and other staff to develop priorities for communications, social media, and website strategy.

Application Deadline: February 1, 2014


Council for American Students in International Negotiations (CASIN) - Social Media & Database Internship, Various Locations

CASIN is looking to recruit a new Social Media and Database intern. This internship cam be conducted completely with online communication and can be done from home. Candidates should have Photoshop and HTML skills, proven success with social media strategy, a commitment to CASIN’s mission, interest in international justice, and experience with student organizations.

To apply: Please send a resumé and cover letter to Anna Sandor at


Center for Strategic and International Studies - Freeman Chair in China Studies Internship, Washington, D.C.

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is looking to hire a security intern to support their China Studies program during the spring semester. The Freeman Chair in China Studies is dedicated to delivering informed public policy debate, expert briefings, and strategic policy recommendations on greater China and East Asia. This position is only open to candidates who are currently enrolled in, or have recently completed a Master’s degree program or higher.

To apply: Please follow this link.


American Civil Liberties Union - Women's Rights Project Summer 2014 Legal Internship, New York

The American Civil Liberties Union is seeking legal interns for the Women’s Rights Project of the ACLU’s National Office in New York City. This is a full-time internship that offers interns the opportunity to work on all aspects of litigation. Interns will conduct legal and policy research, draft memoranda, affidavits, and briefs, and support the preparation of expert and fact witnesses for courtroom testimony, in addition to other tasks.

Application Deadline: February 8, 2014


Unite For Sight - Volunteer Abroad Opportunity, Various Locations

Unite For Sight offers several opportunities to participate in their Volunteer Abroad Program, an immersive global health experience for students and professionals who are interested in public health, international development, medicine, or social entrepreneurship. Volunteers participate in and learn from Unite for Sight’s talented local partner doctors who have provided care to more than 1.6 million patients living in poverty, including 70,000 sight-restoring surgeries. The local doctors are social entrepreneurs who are addressing complex public health issues, and volunteers gain a comprehensive understanding of the complexities and realities of global health.

For application instructions: Please visit this page.


Center for Constitutional Rights – International Human Rights Program Intern, New York

The Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) is seeking a third or fourth year undergraduate student, recent graduate, or graduate student with a strong commitment to social justice to help with several legal and advocacy-related projects. The intern will assist legal workers and attorneys in CCR’s IHR docket on several on-going projects and case development. Responsibilities include assisting in factual research, review and writing, reviewing and indexing documents, performing literature and press reviews, identifying vendors and experts, and gathering information as part of outreach strategy; and general administrative tasks.

To apply: Please click here.

Application Deadline: December 13, 2013

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Refugees International – Peacekeeping Spring 2014 Internship, Washington, D.C.

Refugees International looks for interns on a semester basis in a variety of departments, one of which is Peacekeeping. The Peacekeeping Intern provides support to the RI Peacekeeping program and helps conduct research and facilitates communication nbetween RI and the PEP (Partnership for Effective Peacekeeping) community. Responsibilities may include updating and maintaining the PEP website; sending out announcements of events; compiling weekly PEP news clips; monitoring security conditions in focus countries; and posting monthly reports to the PEP website.

To apply: Please first complete this questionnaire and then forward your resume, cover letter, brief writing sample (2-5 pages), and list of 3 references to Your cover letter should clearly indicate the semester you are available and your internship of interest.

Application Deadline: March 15, 2014

Call for Papers and Applications

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Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action (ALNAP)
CALL FOR PANELS: Engagement of crisis-affected people

ALNAP invites representatives of communities affected by crises, humanitarian practitioners, academics, and other suitably qualified individuals and organisations to propose and organise panels at the Network's 29th Annual Meeting. Panels should focus on new learning and emerging best practice related to the topic of the meeting Engaging crisis-affected people in humanitarian action.

Download the Call for panels.

Submit a panel via this online form by December 2, 2013.


Monthly Developments Magazine - Call for Articles on Various Topics

Monthly Developments Magazine is seeking submissions for their January/February 2014 Issue on a variety of topics.

Two suggested topics are:
- Arab Spring Update: It's been three years since protests swept across the Arab world, promising change and hope for millions. Where do things currently stand? From human rights to democratization to civil society, which promises have been fulfilled or forgotten? How have NGOs been affected? How have they changed their approaches to work in these countries?
- 1984 vs. 2014: This year marks the 30th anniversary of InterAction. How does the aid world of 1984 compare to today? Do NGOs and governments approach issues differently now? From pre-Live Aid to social media, how has public engagement changed? How have we evolved? Is it for better or worse?

Submission Deadline: December 16, 2013


Academic Council on the United Nations System - 2014 Dissertation Fellowship Award Call for Applications

The ACUNS Dissertation Fellowship Award recognizes emerging students of extraordinary potential who have reached the stage of writing an advanced graduate-level dissertation on a topic of direct and demonstrable relevance to the United Nations and/or the UN system.

To apply & submit: Please fill out this form.

Submission Deadline: January 17, 2014


Humanitarian Innovation Conference
Call for Papers/Panels

The Humanitarian Innovation Conference, held at Keble College next July, aims to provide a platform for discussion and debate between UN agencies, NGOs, academia, and both the public and private centers to further define the agenda for humanitarian innovation.

The Conference welcomes individual paper proposals, full panel proposals, and suggestions for alternative format (e.g. film, debate, demonstration) sessions from academics, policy-makers, and practitioners from across sectors.

For more information and submission instructions: Please click here.

Submission Deadline: January 31, 2014


American University Academy on Human Rights & Humanitarian Law - Human Rights Essay Award

Hosted by American University, this annual competition seeks to stimulate the production of scholarly work in international human rights law. Awardees receive a full scholarship to attend the Program of Advanced Studies of the Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. Articles may be published in the American University International Law Review.

Please visit their website for information regarding eligibility and submission.

Submission Deadline: February 1, 2014

IIHA Humanitarian Programs

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International Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance (IDHA 40)
New York, June 2013

International Humanitarian Affairs Minor: The IIHA has established the International Humanitarian Affairs Minor, available to undergraduate students at Fordham College Lincoln Center and Rose Hill. This interdisciplinary minor offers students a comprehensive understanding of issues central to contemporary humanitarian affairs. The Minor offers an in-depth analysis of the humanitarian field, enabling students to acquire theoretical knowledge and practical experience.

For more information about the International Humanitarian Affairs Minor, please visit our website.

Masters in International Humanitarian Action (MIHA): The IIHA and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) have joined together to offer a comprehensive Master’s program that combines the experience of long-time humanitarian professionals with the academic strength of Fordham faculty. The program combines the experience of seasoned humanitarian professionals with the academic strength of Fordham faculty from the School of Law and the Graduate Schools of Business and Social Service, who provide students with the political, historical, legal and ethical contexts of past, present and future emergencies.

For more information about the Masters in International Humanitarian Action, please visit our website.

Upcoming IIHA Training Courses

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Leadership & Management in Humanitarian Action
New York, July 2013

The Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs (IIHA) at Fordham University, working with external humanitarian partners, offers programs throughout the world at both the graduate and undergraduate level. Through these programs, IIHA trains students for careers in the humanitarian field by combining an academic approach with the shared practical experience of faculty, external speakers and students.

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