Humanitarian Action today has to take into account political, cultural, legal and health dimensions. For the eighth time, the NOHA Fall School will be conducted by university staff and field actors in order to provide professionals with a global approach and specific tools.
The Fall School aims at training professionals dealing with projects in humanitarian action (HA) in order to give them a critical overview of HA in a multidisciplinary perspective and the relevant information for the evaluation of projects. New challenges in HA will also be examined.
Target audience includes civil servants, staff from local, international and civil society organisations, and more generally those who are involved in HA and feel the need to upgrade their basic knowledge and skills.
The eighth NOHA Fall School is run by the NOHA Network on Humanitarian Action and the day-to-day management is supervised by Prof Catherine Gourbin, NOHA Director at the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), and Vincent Eiffling, coordinator at the UCL, in Belgium.
The detailed programme can be found in the PDF document below.