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State of Humanitarian Professions 2020: Conference on 17th November to present the results of a study funded by the Monegasque Cooperation

SoHP2020, a large conference to present the results of an international study on professions in the humanitarian and development sectors, run by the Institut Bioforce and funded by the Monegasque Cooperation, is being held on 17th November 2020.

Whilst the landscape of humanitarian aid and development assistance has significantly changed over the last few years, the Institut Bioforce, a reference training centre for professions in the humanitarian and development sectors, carried out a major international study in 2019 and 2020 concerning developments in these professions, impacted by the emergence of new players, the changes to intervention environments, new international approaches in relation to the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016, as well as technological developments which have affected the modus operandi etc.

The results of this study, as well as the future outlook deriving therefrom, will be presented at a conference in Geneva and online on 17th November 2020.

Further information and registration: https://www.bioforce.org/the-state-of-humanitarian-professions-offrir-un-outil-de-reference-a-la-communaute-humanitaire/

 

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