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Urban webinar #14: Adressing social cohesion in urban humanitarian response

Wednesday 6 April 2016

The audio of this webinar is also available below. To download this file, click on the soundcloud logo above and then on the arrow under the track.

What is social cohesion in the context of humanitarian response in urban areas? And can it really exist between displaced populations and host communities?

On April 6th, ALNAP hosted a webinar exploring these issues as part of our ongoing series on urban response. The webinar examined how humanitarians can understand and address social cohesion in urban areas. It focused on case studies from Jordan and the Central African Republic (CAR), where social cohesion programmes have been successfully mainstreamed and have had positive effects, despite ongoing complex country dynamics.

 


Speakers

Aline Rahbany

Urban Programming Advisor

World Vision International

Denis Brown

Operations Manager

World Vision International

Robert Groelsema

Africa Justice and Peacebuilding Working Group (AJPWG) Team Leader

Catholic Relief Services

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