Humanitarian Alternatives is an international bilingual (French/English) review supported by : the Action Against Hunger Foundation, the French Red-Cross Fund, the Fondation de France, the Handicap International Foundation, the Mérieux Foundation, the Government of the Principality of Monaco / Department of International Cooperation, the King Baudouin Foundation.
In collaboration with a network of partner universities and institutes being developed: Université Laval (Québec), Chaire Raoul Dandurand / UQAM (Montréal), Université Lumière Lyon II / Université de Lyon, Institut Bioforce, CERIC – SCHUMAN/Université Aix-Marseille, Chaire Unesco pour la culture de la paix Abidjan/Université Félix Houphouët Boigny, Université Saint Joseph / École Libanaise de Formation Sociale (ELFS), Ecole Supérieure de Commerce et de Développement – 3A.
The project initiators have a triple ambition:
- To create an open access journal, contributing to a critical thinking of the humanitarian sector on its own practices, challenges and evolutions.
- To create a meeting place and a space for dialogue, proximity and a dynamic exchange between researchers in humanities (sociology, history, economy, anthropology…) and practitioners of humanitarian action concerning the challenges that our sector is confronted with
- To give a broader international audience to a specific approach of humanitarian action rooted in the “without borders” movement, through the pooling of resources, thinking and projects;
The Humanitarian Alternatives journal is characterised by the publication of original contributions, validated by an independent reading committee.
The journal will be published three times a year, each issue being structured around a specific topic. A possibility of subscription for the printed version and single-issue purchase are also intended.
To know more about the aims of the project initiators, we invite you to read the Editorial of the Inaugural Issue.
Conception: In medias res
ISSN (printed): 2492-7120
ISSN (on-line): 2494-2804
Printer: Imprimerie Brailly – Saint-Genis-Laval
* “Broken Chair”, erected Place des Nations in Geneva on the initiative of Handicap International is an artwork of Daniel Berset.