Jean-Marc Biquet

Course coordinator and lecturer at CERAH


<p><span>Jean-Marc Biquet coordinates CERAH diplomas including the course Communication, Advocacy and Negotiation for Humanitarian Action and is &nbsp;leader of the Thematic Seminar Advocacy for Humanitarian Projects in Health. He has worked in humanitarian aid since 1993, mainly with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and has had a wide range of experiences, from his initial work in the field (Iraq, DRC, Sierra Leone, Former Yugoslavia), as Programme Manager (1996-1999 and 2003-2006) to current contributions to the Reflection Unit on Humanitarian Stakes and Practices for MSF-Switzerland. He is currently working on issues such as medical work in detention centres, management of serious adverse events in medical project , the relationship between the military and humanitarian professionals. In addition to holding degrees in Journalism and Political Science (Catholic University of Louvain), Jean-Marc has a master's degree in Political Sciences (University of Lyon III. Dissertation on Accountability Towards Beneficiaries).&nbsp;</span></p>


Humanitarian communication : Addressing key challenges

Communication in humanitarian settings

Humanitarian communication : Addressing key challenges