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Humanitarian Accountability and Protection in Displacement Contexts

Despite the prevalence and importance given to humanitarian accountability, the plethora of international initiatives and standards promoted can make this area difficult to navigate. Furthermore, it is often unclear in this sector what ‘accountability’ really means, to whom it is owed, and by what means it can be achieved.

This short course will provide you with insights into an area of increasing importance in the humanitarian sector: the challenges and opportunities inherent in achieving accountability. This course explores these areas with a particular focus on the challenges and opportunities of achieving humanitarian accountability in displacement contexts.

The course is suitable for those who want not only a deeper understanding of the humanitarian sphere, but also those who wish to build transferable skills in analysis and evaluation in the context of practical challenges. The course is aimed at those with an interest in humanitarianism and the humanitarian sector. No prior knowledge or experience in the humanitarian field is required to take this course and as such, the course is for everyone.