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Call for papers for Humanitarian Alternatives 16th Issue
Prevention, awareness and sanctions for sexist and sexual violence:
the current state of the humanitarian sector

Deadline 26th October 2020
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[NEW] The July issue is available online ! 
Covid-19: Impacts in the humanitarian field
 
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Largely unnoticed during the periods of containment brought about in Europe by the Covid-19 pandemic, the international protection of persons who had to flee persecution or countries in situations of armed conflict was largely rendered impossible. Firstly, because the borders of the Schengen area were closed. Secondly, because the asylum application procedure was totally interrupted for several weeks. This was the case in Île-de-France and Dominique Kerouedan's article masterfully retraces what was already considered a serious infringement of a fundamental freedom.

[Only available in French]

Interview with Robert Sebbag, Doctor of Medicine, attached to the Infectious and Tropical Diseases Department of the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital (Paris)
[Only available in French]


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.

Discover our selection of not-to-be-missed articles on the
Covid-19 outbreak!

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)

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