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2014 Cambridge International Development Report
The Humanitarian Centre’s 2014 Cambridge International Development Report has now been released!
The report this year focuses on building a hunger free-world. Look inside for exciting and thought provoking work looking at how development, humanitarianism, industry, and technology can work together to counter this growing threat. Thanks to all those who have been at the general release; tell us your thoughts.
For any comments or questions, please look on our twitter account. Be part of the debate.
What we do
The Humanitarian Centre’s aim is to identify and solve problems that tackle the root causes of poverty and inequality and to alleviate their enduring symptoms. We do this in partnership with one another, by creating the space and conditions that allow us to listen and learn especially from our partners in communities and countries where poverty and inequality are most devastating. This approach enables us to take bold but thoughtful steps forward and to generate real solutions that make a tangible difference to communities worldwide.
The Centre supports over 45 member organisations, through training and networking (for example, in marketing, volunteer management and monitoring and evaluation). Find out more!
Millennium Development Goal Countdown
Have a look at our Facebook page and Twitter feed (#MDG500) to see why development matters to us and follow the countdown to the end of the Millenium Development Goals and the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals.
We look forward to an inspirational year full of impactful collaborations with our members and partners.
The right to sustainable development?
Multidisciplinary Panel Forum Debating Concept of Environmental Justice
Wednesday 11 March: 8:00pm – 9:00pm
Mill Lane Lecture Rooms , Room 9, 8 Mill Lane, CB2 1RW
In Humanitarian Centre in collaboration with the Cambridge Forum for Sustainability and the Environment is hosting a discussion that will address questions such as what rights and responsibilities should exist in relation to environmental protection, and whether having legal mechanisms such as a ‘Bill of Rights’ or the widespread recognition of Ecocide as an international crime during peacetime could prove helpful in protecting natural resources and the environment. See more here.
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