The conference schedule will be shared after the Call for Papers is complete.
Round tables take place at the same time as the regular panels in the schedule (90 minutes each). All roundtables will be hybrid.
|1||Humanitarian Observatories: Reforming humanitarian governance from below||Dorothea Hilhorst, Juan Ricardo Aparicio, Mihir Bhatt, Tadesse Kassa Woldetsadic||TBA|
|2||A multi-dimensional perspective on Social Change and Humanitarian Aid||Andrew Cunningham||TBA|
|3||Authoritarian Practices and Humanitarian Negotiation||Andrew Cunningham||TBA|
|4||The Politics and Everyday Practice of International Humanitarianism||Miriam Bradley||TBA|
|5||From evidence to change: the challenged journey of research in humanitarian organisations||Virginie Troit, Camille Raillon||TBA|
|6||Disastrous impact – what gaps in the rule of law mean in daily Libyan life and what people do about it||Anne Brinkman||TBA|
Side events usually take place outside of the regular conference schedule, for example, during a lunch session or in the evening.
|1||Opening Ceremony with keynote speakers||IHSA & NSU||5 November|
|2||Conference Dinner||IHSA & NSU||6 November|
|3||General Assembly for IHSA Members – including announcement of new board members||IHSA||7 November|