September 7-11th, 2015, University of Birmingham.
The deadline for applications is 31st July.
This event is targeted at those who respond to humanitarian emergencies and disasters. It will also be useful for academics working in the broad area of humanitarian crisis, particularly in ethics. The aim of the week is to give participants sufficient skills, knowledge and confidence to work up a small case study that could be used to provide some basic ethics training or preparation for humanitarian healthcare workers.
This summer school is funded under the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Action “Disaster Bioethics”. There are 20 places in total.
Subsistence and travel grants are available. More information is available on the website here.