Here you can download all training documentations and links to the recordings of our online seminars.
Online seminar “Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in the Humanitarian COVID-19 Response”. The full seminar is available on our YouTube channel including closed captions.
Applied Accompanying Research
Here you can find links to the articles and reports of the applied accompanying research.
Interview with Carolin Funke on her Field Research in Bangladesh. The full interview is available on Youtube.
Global Guidelines & Coordination Mechanisms
Here you can find the links to the IASC Guidelines in different languages.
IASC Guidelines on Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action
Online event “Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in the COVID-19 Response: Applying the IASC Guidelines”. The full event is available on YouTube.
On 29 September 2021, Handicap International e.V. and the Centre for Humanitarian Action e.V. (CHA) have hosted an accessible online event (e.g. with international sign interpretation) on:
Here you can find the documentation and recordings of presentations we provided to students.
Recording on “Disability-inclusion in Humanitarian Action” for NOHA (Network on Humanitarian Action) master students within their induction week. The full event is available on our YouTube-Channel with hard-coded subtitles.
Here you can find links to the documentation of the specialist events.
Recording of the key statements by the project coordinator, Haakon Spriewald, for the panel: "The Right to WaSH for Displaced and Marginalized People", within the "10 Years to Reach the SDG-Conference".
The full recording of the panel: "The Right to WaSH for Displaced and Marginalized People" is available on Vimeo.
Recording of the panel "How Social Inequality Shapes the Global Response to Crisis", at the Humanitarian Congress Berlin 2020, with an input by Toyin Aderemi-Ige, Disability Advisor at the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).
Recording of the panel "Social Determinats of Health", at the Humanitarian Congress Berlin 2021, with an input by Davide Ziveri, Environmental Health Specialist at Humanity & Inclusion (HI).