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The Big Picture: Geopolitical Trends Driving Humanitarian Security Challenges (Part 2)

Humanitarian space is constantly being negotiated, and today's security managers are having to make ethical considerations as they work to keep aid workers safe. In part two of this blog series, based on Hugo Slim's keynote speech at the 2021 HNPW session: 'SRM in the Changing Global and Humanitarian Context', Slim explores the evolution of the humanitarian footprint, and the ethics of security risk management.

17 May 2022 Blog

GISF Snapshot Annual Report | January – December 2021

The GISF Snapshot Annual Report January – December 2021 features some of GISF’s highlights of 2021 and serves to inform members, donors and stakeholders of the impact GISF has had on NGO security management during the reporting period. This is…

16 May 2022 Resource

Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment (SEAH) Investigation Guide

Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment (SEAH) Investigation Guide: Recommended Practice for the Humanitarian and Development Sector is the foundation of the SEAH Investigator Qualification Training Scheme (IQTS). The guide explains the structured investigation processes necessary to professionally investigate Sexual Exploitation,…

12 May 2022 Resource

Seeing in the Dark: Real-Time Monitoring in Humanitarian Crises

A Feinstein International Center report. Humanitarian information systems typically provide analysis to predict crisis, assess needs, direct programme resources, and assess short- to medium-term effects of programs. But information is frequently only periodic. For example, a single estimate of “needs,” could be…

12 May 2022 Resource