UNICEF at the European Humanitarian Forum 2022
March 21 - 23, 2022 | Brussels
The European Humanitarian Forum is taking place in Brussels on 21-23 March 2022. Through a hybrid format, the Forum is bringing together policymakers and international humanitarian partners to discuss humanitarian policy and strategy, from a Team Europe perspective. It is organized by the European Commission and France in the framework of its Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
UNICEF will be participating in several events to promote advocacy around important issues globally, including:
- famine and nutrition
- education in emergencies (impact and opportunities of COVID-19, school health and nutrition approaches)
- child protection in emergencies
- children affected by armed conflict, and
- engaging with local actors in development and humanitarian contexts.
For information on registration, live streaming and sessions, consult the EU website here.
Failure is not an option: the imperative of Humanitarian-Development-Peace nexus to fight famine (high-level panel)
Monday, March 21st, 13:45-15:30 CET
Education in Emergencies: stepping up international engagement (high-level panel)
Tuesday, March 22nd, 09:00-10:45 CET
Humanitarian Talks - Engaging with local actors on sustaining coordination in humanitarian and development programming
Wednesday, March 23rd, 14:00 - 15:00 CET
Humanitarian Talks - Facing the drivers and consequences of child recruitment and use. Let’s not abandon children affected by armed conflicts!
Wednesday, March 23rd, 15:00 - 16:00 CET
Humanitarian Talks - Join the dots to form a line; Education in Emergencies, child protection and the potential for better humanitarian action
Monday March 21st, 12:30-13:30 CET
Humanitarian Talks - Delivering together: integrated school health and nutrition approaches for education in emergencies and protracted crises
Tuesday, March 22nd 12:30-13:30 CET