EISF is an NGO network for security focal points and is a global centre of excellence for humanitarian security risk management. The forum currently represents over 100 aid agencies operating internationally.

What is Humanitarian Security Risk Management

Humanitarian security risk management allows greater access to and impact for crisis-affected populations through the protection of aid workers, programmes and organisations.

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September 12, 2019

Survey Responses Required for EISF Research Project

EISF is launching a global survey for its new research project Partnerships and Security Risk Management: From the local organisation perspective. The survey (available in Arabic, French, Spanish and English)...

September 3, 2019

EISF Welcomes New Members to Secretariat

EISF's London-based Secretariat has recently welcomed two new members; Léa Moutard joins us as Research Advisor, and Laura Van de Vloet joins as our Projects and Membership Officer.  

August 5, 2019

New EISF Blog: Reflections on EISF's 'At What Cost?' Campaign

Following the end of EISF's 'At What Cost?' campaign, this blog gives an account of the campaign's impact so far.

July 17, 2019

An open letter to non-governmental and donor organisations from the European Interagency Security Forum

As part of the #AtWhatCost campaign, EISF has published an open letter to NGOs and donors about ineffective funding structures for security risk management.

July 8, 2019

At What Cost? EISF initiates new campaign on financial processes for safety and security

Beginning 8th July 2019, EISF will be carrying out a month-long campaign entitled At What Cost? that aims to raise awareness about issues with current financial processes for security risk management...

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EISF is committed to improving the safety and security of relief operations and staff, strengthening risk management to allow greater access to and impact for crisis-affected populations