About the training
In this training, Emiel Martens, assistant professor in Postcolonial Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam and Wouter Oomen, PhD candidate in Humanitarian Communication at Utrecht University, and together the directors of the Expertise Centre Humanitarian Communication, will provide an introduction to the features and pitfalls of humanitarian communication and the importance of ethical communication on international development.
For KUNO - members this training is free / for non members this training is €200,-
Limited places available!
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