ALERT – Yemen: starving beneath the bombs

ALERT – Yemen: starving beneath the bombs

Posted by: on Apr 25, 2017 | No Comments

Today, 25th of April, a Donor Conference on the humanitarian crisis in Yemen opens in Geneva, chaired by the United Nations General Secretary, Antonio Guterres. Handicap International is cosigning an opinion editorial on Lemonde.fr with Médecins du Monde, Action Contre la Faim, Première Urgence Internationale and Care.

ALERT – Handicap International joins 160 NGOs to call on EU to lead by values in migration response

ALERT – Handicap International joins 160 NGOs to call on EU to lead by values in migration response

Posted by: on Mar 8, 2017 | No Comments

Ahead of this week’s Summit, 160 NGOs signed a joint statement to remind EU leaders of their commitments to European values and call them to uphold them in the response to migration.

FOCUS ON – Ethics and state funding: the quest for independent humanitarian action

FOCUS ON – Ethics and state funding: the quest for independent humanitarian action

Posted by: on Feb 22, 2017 | No Comments

The ethical analysis of state funding is designed to ensure the independence of humanitarian action. In situations of armed conflict, it must be dynamic and adapted to the context. Yet, given the changing nature of conflicts, it is imperative for NGOs to constantly review the safeguards it puts in place.

FOCUS ON – The latest report of the U.S. National Intelligence Council : discussing not-so-distant futures and the way forward

FOCUS ON – The latest report of the U.S. National Intelligence Council : discussing not-so-distant futures and the way forward

Posted by: on Feb 16, 2017 | No Comments

In January 2017, the U.S. National Intelligence Council released its global trends report, an in-depth, well-documented report aiming at laying out possible futures. But after polls failed to predict short-term game-changers such as Brexit or Trump’s election, can a report make the difference?