Beginning 8th July 2019, GISF will be carrying out a month-long campaign entitled At What Cost? that aims to raise awareness about issues with current financial processes for security risk management in aid and donor organisations.
The Charity Commission for England and Wales has released a 150-page report concluding its statutory inquiry into Oxfam GB.
A new webinar from the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Providers' Association, featuring GISF's Director Lisa Reilly, is now available to view online.
Cinfo has launched a new online learning tool for organisations to assess how they meet the security and safety aspects of Duty of Care in line with Swiss law.
A secure, encrypted app released by the team at Security First allows users to access open-source, up-to-date security information in one place.
A new blog from by the Centre for Safety and Development explores Duty of Care and introduces the new Duty of Care Matrix by Coalition of Care.
GISF is seeking to hire a research consultant to carry out research for its forthcoming publication on Partnerships and Security Risk Management: from the local partner perspective.
GISF attended the UK Parliamentary International Development Committee evidence session on Violence against Aid Workers last week on the 3rd of April, 2019.
GISF is proud to launch its new guide: Managing Sexual Violence against Aid Workers: prevention, preparedness, response and aftercare.