Discussion about humanitarian aid and structural development aid
We are inclined to help when there is a threat of danger anywhere in the world. Driven by humanitarian principles we care about the fate of the poor, the unfairly prosecuted and victims of conflict and disaster. This explains why there are countless international organisations who work to better the lives of humans around the world.
However, it seems that the NGO-sector itself is leading up to a crisis. Are our methods of disaster- and developmental-aid effective? Which people are actually supported by this contribution and which people aren’t? And do we need to consider the risk of dependency as a result of receiving aid more thoroughly?
In this program students engage in a discussion with Douwe Slot (information officer ICCO and Kerk in Actie) to investigate the challenges within the field of humanitarian aid. Among other things, the potentials of effective and constructive aid and development policy are discussed.
|Price:||€7,50 per student|
|Combined with the Journey of a Refugee:||€12,50 per student|
|Amount of students:||Between 15 - 30|
*Prices include VAT.
*Available on request in combination with a museum visit.
Interesting for students of
Disaster Management Studies
ICCO & Kerk in Actie
A world without poverty and injustice: those are the principle of ICCO and Kerk in Actie. Both international organizations who invest in sustainable developmental aid. With a mission to include and help people across the globe, without exceptions. This effort is made in collaboration with close to 900 local organizations and churches around the world.
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