The global pandemic of COVID-19 dominates the world’s attention. As governments are focusing their response on the domestic impacts of the virus, limited information and analysis are available on the impact of the pandemic on existing humanitarian crises and the immediate effects on vulnerable populations in conflict-affected settings. Against this background, the CCHN Monthly Forum will bring together field practitioners, policy-makers, experts and government representatives to discuss the latest developments affecting the international humanitarian response.
CCHN Monthly Forum on the Humanitarian Response to the Global Pandemic
|Date||15 Apr 2020|
|Time||1:00 pm — 3:00 pm BST |8:00 am—10:00 am EDT|
|Provider||The Centre of Competence on Human Negotiation|
A virtual space for discussions
Organised on a monthly basis, the CCHN Forum aims to offer a virtual space for discussions and exchanges between frontline professionals, policy-makers of humanitarian organisations and donors with a view to:
Preliminary agenda of the CCHN Forum on 15 April
Connecting field practitioners with policy makers and experts
The main objective of the CCHN is to facilitate the sharing of experiences from different regions. The forum is designed for humanitarian field practitioners, operational managers, policy makers, government representatives and academic researchers. The participation confirmation and information on how to connect will be shared in early April.
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