The History of Humanitarian Aid

  • Code:

    SALC61202
  • Credits:

    15
  • Option:

    Core: PGCert
  • Delivery:

    Blended

Campus:

Manchester

Module Overview:

This unit seeks to undertake:
– a survey of the history of modern humanitarianism as an idea or ‘ideology of compassion’
– a survey of the humanitarian organisations in relation to population displacement and other crises
– an analysis of refugees as recipients and agents of humanitarian aid
– a cultural and social history of non-governmental organisations at key periods from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day

Module Start Date:

04/02/2019

Module End Date:

12/04/2019

Course Length (weeks):

10

Duration of face to face teaching:

2 weeks part-time

Fully online learning option:

No

Assesment:

Assignment

Module Details:

https://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/masters/courses/list/08264/ma-humanitarianism-and-conflict-response/course-details/SALC61202#course-unit-details