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CONFERENCES
& DEBATES

As part of its contribution to MSF's critical self-reflexion, the CRASH regularly invites outside speakers, researchers and key civil society figures to come present their perspectives and their work on general issues that intersect with the concerns of humanitarian action. Intended primarily for an internal audience - but open to others closely connected to the association - each conference is followed by an open discussion.

"The sentinels of pandemics": conversation between Frédéric Keck and Guillaume Lachenal

2020-11-03 17:00:00 2020-11-03 19:00:00 Europe/Paris "The sentinels of pandemics": conversation between Frédéric Keck and Guillaume Lachenal Conference-debate Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020 at 6 pm. This conference will only be accessible online due to the current exceptional circumstances.  To watch the conference and ask your questions:  French version English version 14-34 avenue Jean Jaurès 75019 Paris France MSF CRASH

Conference-debate Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020 at 6 pm. This conference will only be accessible online due to the current exceptional circumstances.  To watch the conference and ask your questions: 

French version

English version

Agenda

The quantification of needs

2020-12-10 17:00:00 2020-12-10 19:00:00 Europe/Paris The quantification of needs Conference – debate, Thursday, December 10th 2020, 6-8pm, 1st floor meeting room at MSF, 14-34 avenue Jean Jaurès 75019 Paris. Streaming and simultaneous translation into English available. Combining historical research and ethnographic investigations, the Africanist historian Joël Glasman plunges us into the factory of the homo humanitarianus, the average individual, on the basis of which "needs" and aid projects today are assessed. He will come and talk to us about it on Thursday, December 10th, during a conference-debate at Crash. 14-34 avenue Jean Jaurès 75019 PARIS France MSF CRASH

Conference – debate, Thursday, December 10th 2020, 6-8pm, 1st floor meeting room at MSF, 14-34 avenue Jean Jaurès 75019 Paris. Streaming and simultaneous translation into English available.

Combining historical research and ethnographic investigations, the Africanist historian Joël Glasman plunges us into the factory of the homo humanitarianus, the average individual, on the basis of which "needs" and aid projects today are assessed. He will come and talk to us about it on Thursday, December 10th, during a conference-debate at Crash.