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December 2021

Final European conference of the EU co-funded project TRIPS – identification of TRafficked beneficiairies of International Protection Special needs

7 December , 10 h 00 min - 13 h 00 min CET
Online event
Free

Forum réfugiés-Cosi and its European partners, Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe, Immigrant Council of Ireland, Italian Council for Refugees, Organization for Aid to Refugees are pleased to invite you to the Final European conference of the EU co-funded project TRIPS – identification of TRafficked beneficiairies of International Protection Special needs. TRIPS is a two-year project which analyses the integration conditions and the risk of being (re)exposed to human trafficking for beneficiaries of international protection (subsidiary protection or refugee status) in the…

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From research to response: making humanitarian action more inclusive

14 December , 13 h 00 min - 14 h 30 min GMT
Online event

Today, more than one billion people – or 15% of the world’s population – experience some form of disability. Persons with disabilities are not only disproportionately impacted by conflicts, disasters and other emergencies, but also face barriers to accessing humanitarian assistance. At the same time, people living with disabilities are often engaged in research only as subjects and without meaningful participation. During this webinar, we will hear lessons learned and recommendations from four advocates advancing disability inclusion in DRC, Somalia,…

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Quel avenir pour la Convention de Genève 70 ans après sa signature ? (webinaire)

15 December , 9 h 00 min - 10 h 00 min CET
Online event
Free

2021 marque les 70 ans de la Convention de Genève, pierre angulaire de la protection internationale des réfugiés. Cet anniversaire intervient alors que le nombre de personnes déracinées ne cesse d’augmenter : 80 millions recensées par le Haut-Commissariat aux réfugiés fin 2020 dont 26 millions de réfugiés. Les profils des personnes en besoin de protection ont évolué à travers les années, et la Convention a fait l’objet d’une interprétation dynamique et évolutive. Toutefois, certains interrogent aujourd’hui sa pertinence. Ces débats sur…

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Re-examining the ethical foundations of modern humanitarianism (webinar)

15 December , 17 h 00 min - 18 h 30 min CET
Online event
Free

In this Humanitarian Governance webinar, 'Reversing Humanitarian Ethics: Is it time to re-examine the ethical foundations of modern humanitarianism?', Tammam Aloudat argues for an exploration of alternative ethical frameworks for humanitarian action. What gets criticized less is the moral foundations of modern humanitarianism. The tone here is that humanitarianism is good at heart but is sometimes applied imperfectly. This, however, is a problematic assumption. Modern humanitarianism comes from a colonial, post-colonial, and Cold War world and functions today in an increasingly…

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