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Publisher(s): CartONG
Date: Aug 2014
Location: France
Organized every two years since 2008, GeOnG aims at GIS and data management professionals as well as humanitarians. The main goal of this forum mixing conferences and workshops is to discuss the...
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Date: Sep 2015
We have the great pleasure to announce a Shelter Meeting in Geneva and worldwide via videoconference, videoconference details to follow. So as to optimise participation, the Shelter Meeting will...
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Publisher(s): UK Shelter Forum
Date: Feb 2016
Location: London
The theme of this forum will be 'Risk and Responsibility': Humanitarian shelter projects and practitioners often place significant emphasis on stronger, 'better' buildings,...
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Publisher(s): RIBA
Date: Feb 2016
Location: London
The destruction of cities, whether manmade or natural, can present unique opportunities to radically rethink townscapes. The exhibition 'Creation from Catastrophe – how Architecture rebuilds...
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Date: Feb 2016
Location: Worldwide
What does, could or should innovation mean for the Shelter sector, looking from the perspective of technically improving humanitarian shelters to assure quality and sustainability? We propose...
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Publisher(s): CERAHGENEVA
Date: Mar 2016
For more information: • CAS People Management in Humanitarian Settings (2 April – 20 May 2016) • Thematic Seminar Team Management in Humanitarian Settings (18 – 22 April) • Thematic Seminar...
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Publisher(s): Shelter Centre
Date: Jun 2018
Shelter Centre is pleased to announce the next Shelter Meeting will be held on Friday 6th July 2018 at Club Suisse de la Presse, Geneva, generously supported by USAID OFDA. This event has been...
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Publisher(s): IFRC & CENDEP
Date: Jun 2018
http://media.ifrc.org/ifrc/course-initiative/master-level-short-course-shelter-settlements-emergencies-natural-disasters/ This course aims to equip participants with the skills required to design...
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ABOUT THE COURSE Aid agencies in recent urban emergencies have often lacked the ability to respond effectively in these environments. The urban context is much more complex than many rural or camp...
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OVERALL AIM (Help) Reduce the number of security incidents experienced in urban settings by humanitarian aid workers, through aid workers developing and employing a variety of tools used in a...

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