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EHTZ Newsletter 2022

As we submitted our project description, committing ourselves to understanding“how people interacting in everyday situations respond to crisis situations(emergencies/disasters) outside of the formal structures of humanitarian assistance”,we surely did not expect a global pandemic to sweep over and push us to rethink our ways of collaborating, collecting data, reflecting and even shift the focus of our interest and research. The Covid-19 pandemic has certainly tested our team, but has pushed us towards new territories, strengthening our project in its resilience,horizontal collaboration, and its attempts to decolonize collaborative research projects.


Have a look at our newsletter for an update on what our team has been up to in the past couple years!

EHTZ Newsletter March 2022
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