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Managing Aid Agency Security in an Evolving World: The Larger Challenge

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1 December 2010
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Managing Aid Agency Security in an Evolving World: The Larger Challenge

This GISF Article considers security management by international aid agencies against the realities of an evolving wider world. It describes the broad challenge of ‘acceptance’ which stretches far beyond the management capacity of security personnel, and thus requires a deep internal questioning within each organisation. The focus is very much on the primarily ‘Western’ aid agencies that still dominate global aid provision.

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