Discover our first article in partnership with the Master in International Development and Humanitarian Action (DIAH) of the Faculty of Administration Sciences of Laval University !
COVID-19 Special // Khaled Mansour is a senior fellow at the Arab Reform Initiative. After ten years of journalism, he worked for 13 years in several aid and peacekeeping operations. He led Egypt’s premier human rights organisation before stepping down to focus on writing and teaching. We join him in Aman for this interview on the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic in the region.
Interview led by Audrey Sala - Coordination & Communication at Humanitarian Alternatives.
COVID-19 Special // Professor Francis Akindès is Professor of Sociology at the University Alassane Ouattara in Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire, where we joined him for this interview on the rise of COVID-19 in Côte d'Ivoire and in the sub-region.
Interview led by Yvan Conoir, member of the Scientific Council of the review Humanitarian Alternatives. (Only available in French)
[POSTPONED] Call for papers for Humanitarian Alternatives 14th issue
“Sexual and sexist violence in the humanitarian sector”
On 6 February 2020, we organised the first conference of the cycle "Les Tables Rondes de la revue Alternatives Humanitaires et de Médecins du Monde", on the theme "Between repressive policies and the need for solidarity towards migrants: which way for NGOs? ». The conference was led by Boris Martin, editor-in-chief of the review Alternatives Humanitaires and Christian Reboul, Médecins du Monde's Migration, Rights & Health referent.
Four students of the Master II Development and Humanitarian Aid of the University of Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne, give us the synthesis of the exchanges (only available in French).
Humanitarian Alternatives is an international review of debate and research dedicated to humanitarian action. Published three times a year, its bilingual issues (French/English) are available in printed form and on our website.
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