Humanitarian Emergency

The wild boars have won the world cup of humanity – by S. Calvani

Sandro Calvani | Senior Adviser and President of the Scientific Committee of Social Change School | 10 July 2018   Minus 3, minus 2, minus 1, HOPE IS REAL. Khaosod English, one of the best Thai news agencies in English, has put that title on hope...
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Master HOPE arrives in Madrid for the Workshop “Working in Emergencies”

Between the 15th and the 17th of December, the cycle of workshops on WORKING IN EMERGENCIES for Master HOPE – Master in Humanitarian Operations in Emergencies, Managing Projects, People Administration & Logistic in the Field – Edition June...
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Responding to humanitarian emergencies: the importance of effective communication

by Filippo Ungaro, Master FRAME Director and Communication Manager at Save the Children Italy. Communication during emergencies is getting more and more important and tactical for Non-governmental organizations. Communication planning has to be a fundamental...
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Time for a prepared impact after the Social Change School’s fellows graduation

After months of preparation, Social Change School’s fellows have been awarded their well-deserved Master Diploma in Rome, the 15th of October 2017. The city’s sunny sky reflects the happiness of the fellows and the satisfaction of their lecturers...
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Humanitarian Emergency- Migrants at risk: trafficking and smuggling networks. By Susana Ferreira, Master HOPE Coordinator

Susana Ferreira | Master HOPE Coordinator | Career Development Officer We are currently witnessing the largest and most pressing escalation of human mobility since World War II. All around the world people are forced to leave their homes, fleeing conflicts...
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Master PMC travels to Lebanon: Field Experience with INTERSOS

On Monday the 11th of September 2017, our students of PMC – Master in Project Management for International Cooperation, Euro-Project Management and Local Development started their Field Experience, effectively putting in practice all the knowledge...
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Three Scholarships left for HOPE – Master in Humanitarian Emergencies!

Three Scholarships left for HOPE – Master in Humanitarian Operations in Emergencies Managing Projects, People, Administration & Logistic in the field, ranging from 2000 to 3000 euros, still available for those who have succeeded the admission...
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Development, Migration and NGOs: “Through Migrant Eyes” by Farida Bena

THROUGH MIGRANT EYES, the latest post by Farida Bena, published on her Blog Kiliza, Listening to Southern Citizens.   “Ever since I started working in development I have been struck by how little we talk about its linkages with migration. Most...
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Humanitarian Emergencies management: Intervention by Jim Yong Kim, the World Bank President – With a commentary by Marco Crescenzi

Humanitarian Emergencies: the World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, has intervened with great clarity in his recent appeal on the potential (even more) catastrophic consequences of the uncontrolled migration flows if we do not work on the “de-risk” of...
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Standing ovation for Sandro Calvani’s final speech of the Masters Programme

Thanks to his long-standing experience, that led him to work in 135 different countries both as Coordinator of international AID of the Italian Caritas and also former Director of UNICRI and for other organisations of the United Nations, Sandro Calvani...
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