Labour market, education & training
in humanitarian sector

EUHAP Workshop with humanitarian and education
experts, practitioners and academics

Brussels, 11th of January 2016


  1. Venue: Hotel Bloom!, Rue Royale 250, 1210 Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, Brussels, Belgium

  2. 08.00-09.00         
    1. Wake-up coffee & registration

    1. Welcome and presentation of EUHAP project

    Mr Artur Malantowicz, NOHA Operations Manager

    1. Humanitarian Occupations & Competencies

    Ms Emily Fereday, RedR UK & Mr Bastiaan Aardema, University of Groningen

      1. Recognition of Prior Learning in Humanitarian Sector - Part 1

      2. Recognition of Prior Learning in Humanitarian Sector - Part 2

    Dr Cristina Churruca, University of Deusto & Mr Christian Mascaro, Bioforce Institute

    1. Humanitarian Map & Observatory

    Dr Sulagna Maitra, University College Dublin & Dr Markus Moke, Aktion Deutschland Hilft

    10.45-11.15   Coffee break



    After the coffee break, participants split into working groups and attend three different stations, following the agreed schedule.


    Station A. Identifying HA Competencies for HA Professions (focus group)


    Station B. Recognition of Prior Learning in Humanitarian Action (focus group) 


    Station C. Humanitarian labour market, education & training - gaps and potentialities (discussion group) 


    Session 1

    12.15-13.15   Lunch break


    Session 2


    Session 3


    Wrap up & closing

    15.30-16.15     Farewell coffee

Workshop materials:

Focus/discussion groups questions
Humanitarian Action Qualifications Framework
HA Profile
Proposed Prototype Model: Nutrition Programme Manager
Workshop evaluation form