Learn more about Friar Luciano, General Director of Fraternity – International Humanitarian Missions (FIHM), his work with indigenous populations in the Amazon, and his experiences with humanitarian negotiations!
Why does diversity matter for humanitarian negotiation? What is the role of inclusion on the frontline? How does your identity impact your perception and how you are perceived?
Dr. Nazanin Zadeh-Cummings, Associate Director of Research of the Centre for Humanitarian Leadership, elaborates on the importance of diversity in Humanitarian Negotiations in the article below. Drawing from Alsalem & Grace (2021), she delves into how identity, character, and past experiences may influence how counterparts perceive the negotiator and how negotiators perceive the counterpart, the efforts of the Centre of Competence on Humanitarian Negotiation (CCHN), and the importance of inclusion amongst other topics.
Learn more about David Harland, Executive Director of the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue (HD). He shares his experiences with humanitarian negotiation, his vision on the future of humanitarian negotiation and the remarkable power of wiggle room!
Learn more about Dr. Asha Mohammed, Secretary General of the Kenya Red Cross. She shares her experiences with humanitarian negotiations, facilitating versus responding, and the power of local communities in disaster responses!
What does the COVID pandemic mean for people who don’t have the luxury to stay inside? How has it affected those on the frontline? What impact does it have on humanitarian negotiations?
Peter Scott-Bowden, fmr Director & International Strategic Advisor of the WFP, discusses his experiences and observations from Afghanistan in a podcast by Jan Powell, founder of Jan Powell Media and former head of the ICRC’s audiovisual unit.
Learn more about the ICRC President Peter Maurer, his experiences with humanitarian negotiations, and his thoughts on the Centre of Competence on Humanitarian Negotiation (CCHN)!
Learn more about the Executive Director of MSF Stephen Cornish, his experiences with humanitarian negotiations, and his thoughts on the Centre of Competence on Humanitarian Negotiation (CCHN)!
Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS) covered the CCHN World Summit 2021 that took place between 28 June and 3 July. The six day conference on the challenges of humanitarian negotiation on the frontlines took place in a hybrid format in Caux (VD, Switzerland).