CartONG and Terre des hommes launch website with guidance on collecting data in the field, including information on how to ensure data protection.
In this blog, Megan Nobert provides five guidelines for addressing sexual violence in humanitarian security risk management.
The Incident Reporting Information System (IRIS) by Humanitarian Access maps incident data reported by the Aid Worker Security Database, which is publicly available.
In this blog, Andrew Eckert writes about GISF's upcoming participation at Borderless 2018 and discusses the other topics that will be addressed by the programme of speakers.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our growing team and to learn about the humanitarian sector and event management.
GISF publishes a new article that discusses the digital risks that LGBTQI aid workers may face while working in areas that are hostile to people who identify or are perceived as LGBTQI, and ways in which aid workers and non-governmental organisations can prepare and respond to these risks.
Today, the International NGO Safety and Security Association (INSSA) launched the first in a series of competency based qualifications for security risk management professionals working in the humanitarian and development sector.