Influence & Ethics

Handicap International's Analyses, Alerts, Debates and Recommendations on Policy and Ethics.

All our publications

All our publications

Posted by: on Dec 4, 2015 | No Comments

You will find below a list of all recent advocacy publications.

Welcome to our blog !

Welcome to our blog !

Posted by: on Nov 30, 2015 | 2 Comments

This blog has been created to provide regularly updated content on Handicap International’s advocacy work and in-depth analyses developed by Handicap International Foundation.

FEEDBACK – A snapshot of how Handicap International marked the Road Safety Week in different countries

FEEDBACK – A snapshot of how Handicap International marked the Road Safety Week in different countries

Posted by: on May 22, 2017 | No Comments

The Fourth UN Global Road Safety Week was marked from 8-14 May 2017.

FEEDBACK – “Are Humanitarian NGOs going extinct?”

FEEDBACK – “Are Humanitarian NGOs going extinct?”

Posted by: on May 19, 2017 | No Comments

On May 11th 2017, a Paris-based think-tank organized a conference, followed by a debate, entitled “Are humanitarian NGOs going extinct?” Handicap International Foundation was present to challenge that assumption.

ALERT – One year ago, a ground-breaking Charter launched by the UN Secretary-General at the World Humanitarian Summit

ALERT – One year ago, a ground-breaking Charter launched by the UN Secretary-General at the World Humanitarian Summit

Posted by: on May 18, 2017 | No Comments

The launch of the Charter on the inclusion of people with disabilities in humanitarian action generated a historical momentum to engage all stakeholders to commit for disability inclusion.

The Foundation’s Talks and Debates: the end of hospitality in Europe?

The Foundation’s Talks and Debates: the end of hospitality in Europe?

Posted by: on May 15, 2017 | No Comments

In April 2017, Dr. Fabienne Brugère was invited by the Foundation to discuss her latest book, The end of hospitality, Lampedusa, Lesbos, Calais… Where does it end?, and the way Europeans deal with the current migrant crisis, a pure geopolitical, or even political, issue… or a question of morals and ethics?