Humanitarian Action E-learning (HA E-learning) aims to package existing open educational resources (ORE) – reports, databases, guidelines, online tools and video materials – in order to develop free learning modules on specific humanitarian issues.

Both introductory and interdisciplinary in nature, the compiled resources will address some of the training needs present in the humanitarian sector. The courses will be piloted within NOHA universities and partner NGOs to evaluate their effectiveness in achieving envisioned learning outcomes.

The HA E-learning will develop online modules in:

  • Anthropology in Humanitarian Action;
  • Public Health in Humanitarian Action;
  • International Humanitarian Law;
  • Management in Humanitarian Action;
  • Geopolitics in Humanitarian Action.

HA E-learning is led by the University of Copenhagen, with support of the Oxford Brookes University, the Comenius University in Bratislava, the University of Malta and the University of Groningen.