Humanitarian Action Interactive Exhibition

UCD Centre for Humanitarian Action(CHA) in conjunction with the Network on Humanitarian Action (NOHA) is organising a Humanitarian Action Interactive Exhibition.

Where? University College Dublin Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland O’Brien Centre for Science  Atrium Zone 2
When? From 11th to 22nd April, 2016 Open Mon-Fri from 9.00-17.00

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With the upcoming World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) in Istanbul, raising awareness about humanitarian needs and the plight of people affected by conflicts and disasters is essential. UCD Centre for Humanitarian Action(CHA) and the Network on Humanitarian Action (NOHA) want to foster solidarity and interest for disaster affected people; dispel misconceptions regarding humanitarian work and the humanitarian system; deepen global understanding of the main challenges facing disaster affected people and humanitarian work; and encourage innovation in the humanitarian action sector. This is what the Humanitarian Action Interactive Exhibition is about and we want to engage with students from all disciplines at undergraduate and graduate levels as well as academics and practitioners.

Want to Work as a Humanitarian Professional?

If you are interested in to studying at the Centre for Humanitarian Action, have a look at our full range of humanitarian action programmes from undergraduate through to postgraduate. The UCD Centre for Humanitarian Action(CHA) and the Network on Humanitarian Action (NOHA) run a inter-university multidisciplinary graduate Joint Master’s in Humanitarian Action. The programme comprises of 3 semesters and gives students the opportunity to study in up-to 3 universities to get a Joint Masters Degree in Humanitarian Action.