Category Archives: Humanitarian issues

Interview: Meet the course coordinator

CERAH-Genève (Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action) organized a lovely interview that explores how I got into working on human rights in China, the “white savior complex” challenge facing humanitarian organizations today, and the short course for … Continue reading

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A democracy deficit in digital health?

Our thinking about health and human rights, formed before the digital age, must now advance to keep pace with its new risks and opportunities. Continue reading

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Justice denied? Access to justice for victims of sexual violence

Few survivors of sexual violence ever see their attackers brought to justice. Join this public panel event to learn more. Continue reading

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Register: Short courses on sexual violence in conflicts & emergencies

Register now for the one-week course on sexual violence in humanitarian settings. Continue reading

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Sexual violence against migrants

Video of CERAH and ICRC’s panel discussion. Continue reading

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Remembering Riyadh

Thinking of the Riyadh International Humanitarian Forum, in light of recent arrests of Saudi women’s rights activists. Continue reading

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Teaching about sexual violence in conflicts/emergencies

For the past year, I’ve been coordinating a series of short courses on sexual violence in conflicts and emergencies. There is a profound stigma around the issue, so I’m pleasantly surprised if you even click on this link and keep reading. … Continue reading

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