A specialist document collection on humanitarian work

Humanitarian work and human rights, programmes run by humanitarian organisations, international relations, economics, social and cultural issues, health, environment, agriculture, and more.

If you are interested in discovering a humanitarian mission from the inside, and learning more about the different professions, come and take a look at one of the 2,000 mission reports written by Bioforce students and delve right into the heart of daily life on assignment.

Access to the Resource centre is free of charge, by appointment only. All the resources are for reference on the premises.

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Resource centre partners

  • Ritimo, a network of resource and information centres on development and international aid.
  • Sciences Po Lyon and its database Sign@l, which lists the content of reviews on humanities and social sciences.
  • Mir@bel, a network showcasing content from scientific periodicals available online.