No Access! Who Cares? How to reach people in need

Berlin, 25th-27th October 2013

About the Congress

The Humanitarian Congress Berlin is an international platform for exchanging information, experiences and ideas of humanitarian aid. Each year the Congress brings together experts from medical, humanitarian and international organisations, politics, media as well as a large number of students from different subject areas.

With around 700 participants and speakers from around the world in 2012, the Humanitarian Congress has established itself, in the course of its existence, as an important forum in the world of humanitarian aid. The congress offers a unique mix of medical and political keynote speeches and debates. Besides that, a number of workshops inform about the most recent (medical and logistical) developments in humanitarian assistance.

To meet the needs of a growing number of participants, the congress will - once again - be held at the premises of the Virchow-Klinikum in Berlin-Wedding. This year's main theme is “No Access! Who Cares? How to reach people in need".

The two and a half day event will take place from 25 -27 October 2013 and will be held in English. It is organised by Médecins Sans Frontières, Médecins du Monde, the German Red Cross, the Berlin Chamber of Physicians and the Charité Universitätsmedizin.

 

Impressions from the XIIIth Humanitarian Congress 2011

Photos: Barbara Sigge