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Addressing Power and Decoloniality in Humanitarian Aid
The Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies and Harvard Medical School, in an effort to promote an open discussion about the major issues affecting the humanitarian sector, will conduct a seminar series to ask what will it take to redistribute power in the aid sector.

Webinar Goal

To introduce, discuss, and frame the issues on the coloniality and decolonisation of humanitarian aid and humanitarian medicine through involving expertise and opinions from humanitarian academy and practice, global health, and action groups. The purpose is to create a base of understanding on which the discussion can proceed productively.

Format

The discussion will take place through a series of three virtual seminars.

1. Seminar one - 26 May 2021)

A panel discussion on the power and coloniality of the current humanitarian sector and how does such concept apply in policy and outcomes in global health

Panel

Tammam Aloudat: Strategic Advisor, MSF Access Campaign.
Alice Cameron, MSF Australia
Zahirah McNatt, Assistant Professor, University of Global Health Equity, Rwanda
Eugene Richardson: Assistant professor, Harvard Medical School
Chair: Valérie Gorin, Senior Lecturer, Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies

May 26, 2021 08:00 PM in Rome

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