This blog by EISF's Projects and Membership Officers, Tara Arthur and Laura Van de Vloet, explores where humanitarian security risk management is at with COVID-19 and its related challenges.
The evolution of security risk management (SRM) If you were to ask someone whether keeping staff safe whilst working overseas is important, they would, I…
On a Monday morning in June last year, I left London for the English countryside. It’d be fair to say that I spent the journey…
With Andy’s death, the NGO security community has lost a passionate man with an incredible amount of knowledge and the rare quality to say things…
In this blog, Michael Blyth, COO of RSM Corp, explores how training can be used to build capacity for field-based security focal points.
In this blog, the first of a new series on training, Ebe Brons explores the role of intuition in hostile environments and how to 'learn' it effectively.
In this blog, which marks the end of GISF's winter campaign on Inclusive Security, our Research Advisor, Léa Moutard, explores the what, how, where and why of person-centred security risk management.
In the fourth instalment of a monthly blog series entitled Understanding Us: new perspectives on risk, safety and resilience, Meredith Moore explores some of the reasons why security incidents can go unreported.
Following GISF's second members' forum of 2019, this blog piece reflects on sessions covering the future of the sector, and collaboration between the UN and NGOs.
In the third instalment of a monthly blog series entitled Understanding Us: new perspectives on risk, safety and resilience, Meredith Moore introduces how evolutionary psychology can give some insight into the prevention of violence.