In a new blog post for GISF, guest contributor Tom Huntley unpacks several different approaches senior managers can take to respond to a crisis: leadership, command and management.
Discussions had at the 2018 Humanitarian Congress Berlin on the handling of sensitive data in the humanitarian context highlight the benefits and risks associated with taking further steps to digitalise humanitarian action.
On 1st October, the CHS Alliance, in partnership with the ICRC, launched the 2018 Humanitarian Accountability Report, which considers the issue of change in relation to a range of topics from cash transfer programming to localisation.
In the second Humanitarian Incidents podcast, Phil Candy, Security Advisor at Medair, discusses his organisation's adoption of an online security incident information management system, the benefits they have experience and the challenges they are working to overcome.
GISF is proud to launch its new research paper on how to manage the security of aid workers while being mindful of their diversity.
GISF is seeking a Reseach and Projects Trainee to join the GISF Secretariat and help us ensure that GISF continues to undertake high quality research, projects, and events.