Adapting MSF's sexual violence care training approach to middle eastern contexts: what does this mean in practice?
This article shares the learnings of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)’s experience of adapting its sexual violence care training for its staff and missions in the Middle East and North Africa...
The war in Ukraine acts as a catalyst for the resurgence of xenophobic discourse thought to be forgotten, especially when they are hiding behind selective solidarity. Two specialists from Médecins...
Humanitarian corridors in Ukraine: the illusion of an ideal solution
Françoise Duroch, Maelle L'Homme10.03.2022
"Humanitarian corridor". In just a few days, these two words have become a common theme in public speeches about Ukraine, evoking the illusion of an ideal solution to the suffering of people trapped ...
Sexual abuse perpetrated by humanitarian workers: from moral relativism to competitive victimhood
Should we discriminate in order to act? Profiling: a necessary but debated practice
Vaccination: A Matter of Trust, with Caveats
Duncan McLean, Françoise Duroch16.01.2021
«Vivement le nouveau vaccin, qu’on puisse le refuser»
Tough choices: moral challenges experienced by aid workers during the Covid-19 pandemic
Françoise Duroch, Miriam Kasztura23.07.2020
International aid in the Covid era: the need for transparency
Duncan McLean, Françoise Duroch11.06.2020
L’épidémiologie, le chaînon manquant des curriculums scolaires
Care for victims of sexual violence, an organization pushed to its limits: The case of Médecins Sans Frontières
Attacks on medical missions: overview of a polymorphous reality: the case of Médecins Sans Frontières
Caroline Abu-Sada, Françoise Duroch2014