Have you recently started working in the humanitarian field and are you looking for a solid kick-start? Or are you an experienced humanitarian professional looking for a thorough update? The KUNO Summer Course is there for you.
After 2018’s success, KUNO organized another Summer Course. In this two-day course, humanitarian academics and experienced humanitarian professionals discussed all relevant aspects of humanitarian work in a mixture of practical knowledge, debates and working sessions.
Preliminary programme July 17, 18:
- Day 1 morning – Global humanitarian governance; including a changing context, new actors and scenarios for humanitarian action
- Day 1 afternoon – Humanitarian principles & International Humanitarian Law; including access, humanitarian negotiations
- Day 2 morning – Humanitarian efficiency and effectivity (WHS, Grand Bargain); including WHS, Grand Bargain.
- Day 2 afternoon – Innovation in the humanitarian sector
You can find the extensive programme here.
Each speaker will lead one of the four sessions;
– Katrien Coppens (TBC): Delegate General Director, Medecins Sans Frontieres, on principles, access and negotiations.
– Thea Hilhorst: Professor of Humanitarian Aid and Reconstruction, Institute of Social Studies, on global humanitarian governance
– Hans van den Hoogen: Senior Humanitarian Advisor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on efficiency & effectivity.
– Thomas Baar: HumanityX, Centre for Innovation Leiden University, on humanitarian innovation.