Join the First Session: Study of a Participatory Assessment Tool for Community-Led Humanitarianism

Register here: bit.ly/3b2yvEn The Movement for Community-Led Development (MCLD), a global consortium of 1500+ civil society organizations from around the world, developed through collaborative research a Participatory CLD Assessment Tool to orient dialogue around CLD processes in project design, implementation, and closure. The…

Kawakeb Webinar: The Ethical Considerations in the Research Conducted During Armed Conflicts

Register Here Dr. Ghaiath is a medical doctor, bioethicist, and assistant professor in medical ethics and law at Trinity College Dublin. He earned a master’s degree and PhD in bioethics from the University of Toronto, Canada, and the University of Birmingham,…

New Contribution: Key questions to ask when facing dilemmas during COVID-19 response in humanitarian settings

23/03/2022 New contribution by Humanitarian Health Ethics research members Matthew Hunt and Lisa Schwartz in partnership with GHC COVID-19 task team. You can read it now here. Overview of Report Health Clusters and partners are often facing challenges in humanitarian…

New Publication: Lessons learned in crises abroad can be applied at home

22/03/2022 New publication from members of the Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. You can check it out here. Some more information can also be found through the McMaster webpage here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fx57M81xPlI Domestic Applications of…

Celebrating the winner of the 2021 Award for Bioethics Service in the Face of Challenges, Dr. Amar Jesani

January 31. 2022, 7-8:30pm India time Here: zoom  (Meeting ID: 854 5167 7841; Passcode: 012596) Amar Jesani has been a proponent of bioethics as activism and brings a strong justice orientation to his pioneering work in bioethics. The award recognizes individuals who have…

New Publication: Unpacking the ‘Oughtness’ of Palliative Care in Humanitarian Crises: Moral Logics and What is at Stake?

New publication from the Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group Nouvet E. et al. (2022) Unpacking the “Oughtness” of Palliative Care in Humanitarian Crises: Moral Logics and What Is at Stake?. In: Messelken D., Winkler D. (eds) Health Care in Contexts…

Humanitarian Governance Webinar with Guest Speaker Tammam Aloudat

Physician and Global Health Centre's managing director, Tammam Aloudat, is the next guest speaker joining the series from the Humanitarian Governance: Accountability, Advocacy, Alternatives research group. Aloudat's talk argues for an exploration of alternative ethical frameworks for humanitarian action. Register Here

Announcement: Joint Research Project on ‘Integrating Ethical Values in Humanitarian Use of Drones’ Has Come to an End

October 2021 The joint research project - Value Sensitive Innovation: Integrating Ethical Values in the Humanitarian Use of Drones - of McGill University and University of Zurich has come to an end in August 2021. The project involved both academic partners and…