Conflict and Development






There is much talk of the ‘relief to development’ continuum in the aid world, and about the need to create clusters of agencies to work together in providing more coherent responses to the needs of populations. However, there are underlying tensions associated with relief and development which continually arise, not least because relief is shaped by an ideology, humanitarianism, which, in essence, requires development to fail. Humanitarianism is a powerful, pervasive and resilient set of ideas associated with saving strangers.

Development in conflict zones: theoretical exploration and practical tools





Lecture    (a)    2nd Semester    Tuesday    09/06/20    08:30-12:15     
Lecture    (a)    2nd Semester    Tuesday    23/06/20    08:30-12:15     
Lecture    (a)    2nd Semester    Tuesday    26/05/20    08:30-12:15     
Course will be given in English. One credit for online portion of the course during the second semester, one credit for 3 4-hour sessions held over May and June. 

This class will be taught by Ms. Rina Kedem

Glocal participation in the Pears Challenge 2019

Glocal participation in the Pears Challenge 2019

January 7, 2019

Glocal's students and staff were happy to participate in the Pears Challenge 2019.  Glocal's cohort 9 students Genevive Ogan Estacaan and Tatenda Probert Malan, together with Glocal teacher Imri Schattner-Ornan gave a talk in the Jerusalem launch event about their expeirence of working with Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) related issues in various situations and gave examples from their fieldwork in Bangladesh, Ethiopia and South Sudan.

2017 magazine launch event - panel

Glocal Magazine Launch 2017 - The Role of Development in Areas of Conflict

January 27, 2017


On January 27th, 2017 we launched our annual magazine in an event taking place at Yeffet 83, Jaffa's young adults community center. Nearly 50 participants gathered to discuss the role of development in areas of conflict, and to learn different perspectives of academics, and professional speakers from the field.  

We thank Mr. Ariel Dloomy, Ms. Nivine Sandouka and Ms. Yalee Azani for speaking and to our dear guests for attending and presenting their views on the topic. 

This event was made possible with the help of SID Israel.