Australian University Trains Workers for Humanitarian Agencies

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Australia’s Charles Darwin University is offering a new degree in Humanitarian and Community Studies, tailored to students interested in working in communities where resources are limited due to geographic or social conditions, or emergencies caused by disasters.

Upon completing the three-year course, the students will have the possibility of working for the Australian Institute for Welfare and Community Workers, for government or nongovernmental agencies in remote areas, or for agencies like the Red Cross, OXFAM, and Doctors without Borders in the area of logistics. For more information visit www.cdu.edu.au or write to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

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