Created by:  University of Manchester

  • Prof Tim Jacoby

    Taught by:  Prof Tim Jacoby, Professor

    Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute & The Global Development Institute

  • Dr Amy Hughes

    Taught by:  Dr Amy Hughes, Clinical Academic Lecturer in Emergency Response

    Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute

  • Dr Kirsten Howarth

    Taught by:  Dr Kirsten Howarth, Lecturer in Humanitarianism and Conflict Response

    Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 22 ratings

really useful course, an excellent succinct intro into global health and humanitarianism

Very informative, it has shown me different perspectives on the subject of humanitarianism, the law and international law, the scrutiny of this law, and the challenges humanitarian organisations face; as well as information about true events.

Muy bueno

Thank you very much honorable Professors it was the very informative and knowledgeable course especially for third world countries.