GISF has partnered with DisasterReady.org to launch two WebTalks on the why and how of good security risk management. Watch Gareth Owen from Save the Children UK speak about why security risk management is important for humanitarian programming, and Lisa Reilly from GISF talk about how to implement good security risk management.
GISF and DisasterReady have partnered to launch three GISF guides on DisasterReady's learning platform, which provide an overview of the key elements of NGO security risk management from headquarters to field level.
GISF is very pleased to announce the publication of our newest guide: 'Security Risk Management: a basic guide for smaller NGOs'
GISF is currently conducting research into how NGOs should manage the security of staff with diverse profiles, balancing staff security while still respecting their employees’ rights to privacy, equality and inclusion. Please take the survey to inform the research!
RedR, in partnership with Insecurity Insight and GISF, is providing free tailored coaching to organisations needing support to develop and implement robust incident reporting procedures.
In this op-ed, Gonzalo de Palacios discusses the pros and cons of security levels versus scenario planning.
Event in London open to all on 14th of June to discuss the Humanitarian Security Incident Information Management project.
The Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition announces the publication of 'Impunity Must End', its fourth annual report on attacks on health around the world.