The impact of climate change will drastically increase the number of people displaced by disasters and extreme weather events over the upcoming decades. The authors present in this blog the challenges and the scope of work for (anticipatory) humanitarian action.
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Why he has been carrying a photo of Che Guevara in his wallet since he was 15, how the decolonisation agenda can be more than just an empty promise and why every voice is a “legitimate voice” is revealed by former MSF staff member and the new Director of the Global Health Centre Tammam Aloudat in the fourth episode of our CHAtroom. The episode is available in English. Listen and share!
CHA @ European Youth Parliament
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Stuttgart / online
CHA is invited to the National Selection Process of the European Youth Parliament in Germany. CHA Research Fellow Darina Pellowska will be heard as an expert in the "Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs" on the topic of "Reshaping humanitarian action".
Towards a nexus that works? Joining forces in protracted conflicts
|Time:||15:00 - 16:30|
On 17 June 2021, CHA and ICRC have hosted an online event on the topic of water and sanitation in contexts of crises with linkages to the Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus.