NCHS Research Network Annual Meeting 2019

Humanitarian Challenges in Contexts of Conflict and Complex Emergency: Diplomacy, Containment, Data

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Time: Tue, 05 November 2019 09:00
Place: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)

NCHS Research Network Annual Meeting 2019
Photo: UN Photo/Shareef Sarhan. Palestinians inspect the remains of a house was targeted in an Israeli air strike, in beach refugee camp west Gaza City July 12, 2014. Photo:

The annual meeting for the Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies (NCHS) Research Network on Humanitarian Efforts will take place 5 November 2019 at the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI) offices in Bergen, Norway.

These meetings aim to gather researchers to present ongoing work related to humanitarian efforts broadly speaking, and to exchange on common challenges and how to better address issues raised in the humanitarian sector.


This event is free and open to all. To RSVP, join the Network, or for more information about the NCHS, please contact Andrea Silkoset at andsil@prio.org. 



Program


09:00 Welcome and introduction, Antonio De Lauri


09:10 The annual activities of the NCHS, Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert


09:15 Humanitarian Negotiations: Practices and Challenges

Panel: Elizabeth C. Dunn, Claude Bruderlein, Cristina Churruca, Salla Turunen

Moderator: Antonio Donini


10:45 State’s Humanitarian Diplomacy

Panel: Sultan Barakat, Deniz Gokalp, Meliha Altunisik

Moderator: Antonio De Lauri


12:00 Lunch


13:00 SuperCamp: Humanitarian Containment in the Middle East

Roundtable: Are Knudsen, Rebecca Bryant, Kamel Dorai, Benjamin White, Kjersti Berg, Synnøve Bendixsen


14:00 The Place of Data and Digital Bodies in Humanitarian Operations

Speakers: Kristin B. Sandvik and Larissa Fast

Moderator: Kristoffer Lidén


14:45 Coffee break


15:15 Annual Lecture: Is Independent Medical Humanitarian Assistance Possible in Today’s Conflicts?

Speaker: Morten Rostrup

Discussant: Dorothea Hilhorst

Moderator: Andrea Silkoset