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Quick survey - “How inclusive, or exclusive are humanitarian learning processes? “

Next week will take place in Nairobi  the 4th Annual International Humanitarian Partnership Conference, on the theme:“Disability and Age Inclusion in Humanitarian Practice: Scaling up progress toward the achievement of Agenda 2030”

 

During that conference, I will moderate a debate around the question  “How inclusive, or exclusive are humanitarian learning processes? “. In order to convey some feedback from the Protection community, would you be as kind as to fill this quick, simple survey (if possible before next Tuesday, September the 20th)

 

The link to complete the survey: https://goo.GL/forms/gOkbjOonQPQ1agL23  

 

Information on the conference: http://iawg-africa.org/event/4th-annual-international-humanitarian-partnership-conference-2016

 

One of the expected outputs of this conference is the initiation of a community of Practice around the topic of inclusion in humanitarian practices. 

The conclusions of this debate will be shared in this channel;

Thank you!

Jean-Louis Lambeau 

knowledge manager, associate researcher at the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (www.cred.be) and Regional Learning Adviser at the START network (www.startnetwork.org)

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I have regularly served as a team leader and strategic advisor to the United Nations and international NGOs in the context of development cooperation programmes providing access to basic services for the most vulnerable populations - including social protection, human security, health and education.
Jean-Louis Lambeau
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16 September 2016

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