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Have you ever wondered about the role of research in the humanitarian sector? Keen to learn more about the plethora of humanitarian learning options available – ranging from asynchronous study and stackable learning through to free bite-sized courses with digital badges?

CHL Associate Director of Research, Dr Nazanin Zadeh-Cummings, was recently interviewed about humanitarian training pathways for the Humanitarian Leadership Academy podcast.

In the episode, Nazanin and Esther Grieder (Global Communities and Partnerships Lead, Humanitarian Leadership Academy) guide the listener through the changing humanitarian learning landscape – from research through to practical, lifelong learning approaches.

About the podcast guests

Dr Nazanin Zadeh-Cummings is the Associate Director of Research at the Centre for Humanitarian Leadership, a Deakin University/Save the Children Australia partnership, and Senior Lecturer in Humanitarian Studies at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Deakin University.

Esther Grieder is Global Communities and Partnerships Lead at the Humanitarian Leadership Academy. She holds 20 years of experience in the international development and humanitarian sectors, working primarily on education, youth, health and humanitarian issues.

Listen to the podcast

Listen to the full podcast episode now available on Spotify and Buzzsprout.