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The Centre for Humanitarian Leadership is a global network of innovative thinkers and practitioners dedicated to addressing the planet's most pressing issues.
The Centre offers accredited courses designed by working humanitarians that reflect the reality of crisis response efforts around the world, mixed with the solid, proven structure of Deakin University’s course delivery and assessment.
Drawing on our global partnerships, the Centre offers unparalleled access to humanitarian leaders, thinkers, and researchers from around the world. Our partners contribute expertise through coaching and mentoring. They offer enviable reach to apply academic research directly in the field. And they provide every resource required to transform the humanitarian sector for the better.
The Centre is a collective of leading thinkers and practitioners from across the humanitarian landscape. Together, we deliver an equally diverse blend of collaboratively-based education, research and technological innovations for the humanitarian sector and beyond.
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