Partnerships

The CHS seeks to develop partnerships with other institutes that focus on conflict and humanitarian response in the Global South as a core value. These relationships will be based on the exchange and co-production of knowledge based on mutual respect and cooperation and include:

- Development and provision of academic teaching and executive training

- Development, grant seeking and undertaking joint research projects

- Provision of mutual professional support including mentoring and work placement of students

- Data exchange and access to academic materials

- Staff exchange for teaching or research sabbaticals

  • - Developing strategies and programmatic responses to promote awareness of peace, effective humanitarian responses and sustainable development amongst communities in Doha and elsewhere.


     

    CHS partners
     

- Regulatory Authority for Charitable Activities, Qatar

- Red Crescent Society, Qatar

- Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Norway

- Humanitarian Policy Group, Overseas Development Institute (ODI), UK

- Humanitarian Forum, London, UK

- The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)

- The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) regional office, Doha

- The Observer Research Foundation and the Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies in Delhi, India

- The Universities of York, UK; Bergen, Norway; PISA, Italy; and Uppsala, Sweden; George Mason University, U.S.; as well as Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan.