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Securing aid worker safety through effective budgeting

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2 December 2019
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Securing aid worker safety through effective budgeting

In this article for the Crisis Response Journal, Aisling Sweeney, GISF's Communications Officer, puts forward the case for remodelling funding processes for humanitarian security risk management.

Over the summer of 2019, the European Interagency Security Forum (GISF) has been lobbying aid and donor organisations around the world. Aimed at improving the budgeting processes for aid worker safety and security, the ‘At What Cost?’ movement gained traction across the sector. In this article for the Crisis Response Journal, Aisling Sweeney, GISF’s Communications Officer, puts forward the case for remodelling funding processes for humanitarian security risk management.

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