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The HumanitarianNet, Thematic Network on Humanitarian Development Studies, comprises three types of centres: universities, research centres and governmental and non-governmental organisations. At present, it has 87 universities, 6 research centres, and at least 9 international organisations, the aim of which is to undertake joint projects, integrate knowledge,e and improve the quality of work carried out in the field of Humanitarian Development. These figures show the potential mobility and gathering capacity of the network.

The HumanitarianNet network seeks to enhance the work carried out by universities in the field of Humanitarian Development, including teaching, research, fieldwork, discussion and dissemination. Humanitarian Development is a relatively new academic field, which brings together a wide range of interrelated disciplines, interweaving sciences and humanities. Its main aim is to examine the reasons underlying humanitarian crises, and to formulate strategies for rehabilitation and development.

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