Practitioner Series: Young Alumni, Health and Humanitarianism

In this Practitioner Session, we speak with young alumni of CGHR and the University of Cambridge, who are working at the intersection of health and responses to humanitarian crises. We are delighted to announce that our panel will consist of: Jacki Crowell, Resource Mobilzation and Program Specialist for Partners In Health; Nadia Kevlin, a humanitarian professional with ten years’ experience working in Africa and the Middle East; and Daniella Ritzau-Reid, Advocacy Coordinator of Médecins Sans Frontières.

CGHR’s Practitioner Series:

CGHR runs a Practitioner Series each year in Lent term, which features human rights activists, aid practitioners, journalists and others working in the fields of governance and human rights. Our speakers relate stories about their own experience and trajectory with details about what the work itself involves. The session thus offers a combination of substantive discussion of the speaker’s work and critical views on the challenges of working in their area, as well as personal and practical insights into how they ended up doing what they do and how they would advise others thinking about practice/policy as a possible future after studies/research.

CGHR’s Practitioner Series provides undergraduate and postgraduate students and researchers with the chance to interact with practitioners at the cutting edge of their fields.