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.
In the second instalment of a new monthly blog series entitled Understanding Us: new perspectives on risk, safety and resilience, Meredith Moore introduces our brains' reactions to emergency situations.
In the first instalment of a new monthly blog series entitled Understanding Us: new perspectives on risk, safety and resilience, Meredith Moore introduces how behavioural psychology relates to our safety.
To mark World Humanitarian Day 2019, this GISF blog post by Frances Nobes of World Vision explores strategic leadership in humanitarian security.
Following the end of GISF's 'At What Cost?' campaign, this blog gives an account of the campaign's impact so far.
As the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of the Congo nears its one-year anniversary, this long-read blog by Aisling Sweeney explores some of the factors behind the hostilities that humanitarians operating in the country are facing. The piece was developed through desk research and discussion with organisations responding to the outbreak.
This GISF blog by Hélène Cardona-Welstead, GISF’s outgoing Projects and Membership Officer, explores employee wellbeing from a security risk management perspective.
This GISF blog by Johan Eldebo and Sarah Pickwick from World Vision International explores some key principles for creating effective, adaptive analysis in fragile contexts.
This GISF blog by Research Trainee Aisling Sweeney offers an insight into some of the key discussions from the March 2019 GISF Members Forum in Germany.