DisasterReady announces collaboration with the International NGO Safety and Security Association (INSSA).
This International Women’s Day, GISF is celebrating the courageous women who have, in the past year, brought much-needed attention to safeguarding and sexual violence issues within the aid sector.
A new blog from by the Centre for Safety and Development explores how they use LEGO as a three-dimensional visual aid for planning complex trainings.
Mark Lowcock, the U.N. Under-Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, speaks on the global humanitarian system at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C.
In this episode of the Humanitarian Incidents podcast we speak to Frances Nobes to uncover the analyst's perspective on incident information.
GISF will participate in the 3rd Annual Borderless Event; a conference for travel risk stakeholders from the humanitarian community to share, benchmark and advance their understanding and capability.
In this episode of the Humanitarian Incidents podcast we speak to Nour Kossaibany who discusses security risk management and incident information and national staff.
Rich Parker provides an overview of ISO31000 and how humanitarian NGOs can benefit from adapting it to their operations.
The UK House of Lords passes an amendment to exempt aid workers from prosecution under new law that makes it an offence for British nationals and residents to enter or remain in areas where extremist groups operate.