A new issue of Humanitarian Alternatives has just been released ! With a focus on forced migration, this third and last issue of 2016 offers greater and renewed content on topics such as the World Humanitarian Summit or the European refugee crises.
In May 2016, Jean-Baptiste Richardier, the co-founder of Handicap International and very first Executive Director of the Foundation, eventually retired after more than thirty years at the service of the most vulnerable.
On April 7th, 2016 academics, representatives of peer organizations and UN agencies gathered at the Opéra des Nations in Geneva to celebrate the unveiling of Handicap International’s Foundation, a unique entity dedicated to ethical and political analysis.
On March 1st, 2016 the city of Lyon awarded its tenth Human Rights Prize to Handicap International Foundation’s protégé, Dr. Christelle Palluel, for her work on litigation strategies and the case of Turkey within the European Court of Justice.