On World Humanitarian Day 2018, GISF's Executive Director, Lisa Reilly, considers how NGOs can build a more inclusive security risk management culture.
In this blog, Adelicia Fairbanks reflects on a recent event at the ICRC Humanitarium which brought panellists from around the world together to discuss the security challenges posed by the global push towards the localisation of humanitarian action.
In this blog, Fiona Dunkley discusses her RESPECT resilience toolkit, created to support security managers and aid workers in building personal resilience.
In this op-ed, Cosima Cloquet considers the security and access challenges faced by humanitarian actors trying to respond to needs in the Democratic Republic of Congo in light of insecurity, poor governance, and the upcoming elections.
The SLT Oversight Committee has developed a survey with to help gather information about how SLT is understood, used, viewed and how it might be improved.
To celebrate the Iaunch of the Arabic translation of the Security Incident Information Management (SIIM) Handbook, the SIIM team are holding an event in Allan, Jordan on 26th June.
InterAction and Humanitarian Outcomes have launched the second phase of the study 'NGOs and Risk', which will focus on risk management within partnerships between national/local and international NGOs. See the survey shared.
In this op-ed by Megan Nobert and Christine Williamson discuss duty of care and how it relates to the sexual exploitation and abuse of beneficiaries and sexual violence against aid workers.