The aid sector will be ‘celebrating’ the World Humanitarian Day with four level 3 emergencies. On a day that commemorates the bombing of the Canal Hotel in Baghdad we should be asking ourselves, do we need more humanitarian heroes, or do we need better responses (and better security-managed assistance) to humanitarian crises?
ALNAP’s State of the System report 13 Aug 2014 | 12:17
Launch of the book ‘Aid in Danger’ - Tuesday 19 August, ODI 11 Aug 2014 | 14:20
EISF and the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) are pleased to invite you to the launch of 'Aid in Danger: The Perils and Promise of Humanitarianism' by Larissa Fast—a hard look at violent attacks against aid workers on the frontlines of humanitarian crises.
HEAT / Hostile Environment Awareness Training course
25 Aug 2014
Gardermoen, near Oslo, Norway
NRC's 4.5 day course is aimed at all persons who is likely to, or are already working in conflict or post conflict environments with varying levels...
Basic Safety & Security Course
28 Aug 2014
During this course you learn and practice the skills needed to operate safely in dangerous areas. This will give you a rational attitude and self-c...
Personal Security for Field Staff
01 Sep 2014
Kettering, United Kingdom
Personal Security course provided by Clarity Security Training for humanitarian and development workers implementing projects in the field....