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Working towards risk sharing and equitable security risk management in partnerships | GISF Workshop | Aidex

Working towards risk sharing and equitable security risk management in partnerships | GISF Workshop | Aidex table
Date16 Nov 2022
Time10:00 am 1:30 pm CET |4:00 am7:30 am EST
Address BRUSSELS EXPO, Hall 11, Place de Belgique 1, 1020 Bruxelles, Belgium
Type In-person
Booking URLhttps://www.tfaforms.com/4940823
Description

Aid work is increasingly delivered in collaboration between international and local actors. This requires adaptation of security risk management approaches and tools for such collaboration to ensure a safe working environment for all. At present there is a lack of discussion about security risk management between international and local NGOs, and lack of guidance around how to approach risk-sharing. These workshops aim to challenge conceptions, demystify key aspects of equitable partnerships, and enable improvements in collaboration on security risk management.

Over two days, GISF will be running two workshops, on the theme of Ensuring risk sharing and equitable security risk management for all aid actors: working with local partners and staff. The workshops will be organised by GISF and Insecurity Insight, with the support of AIDEX.

In order to attend GISF’s workshops, you must also register for the full AidEx expo, which you can do be clicking here

Workshop

Wednesday 16th November

GISF Workshop| 10:00 – 13:30 CEST | Working towards risk sharing and equitable security risk management in partnerships (includes 30-minute break)

More information about this workshop will be released soon. 

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How to get to AidEX

Address: BRUSSELS EXPO, Hall 11, Place de Belgique 1, 1020 Bruxelles, Belgium

Please click here, for more information on how to get to AidEx.

Please note, this page is being continuously updated, more information will be added soon.

How to Register

In order to attend GISF’s workshops, you must also register for the full AidEx expo, which you can do so here.

Registration links for GISF and Insecurity Insight workshops are available above.

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