Contents related to "Global"

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    Demystifying Security Risk Management

    News Item | March 17, 2017

    In an effort to support NGOs with limited resources, EISF is developing a guide, authored by Shaun Bickley, that aims to demystify security risk management. In this article for PEAR Magazine, EISF explores in more depth two elements of the security risk management framework, which will be discussed in more depth in EISF's upcoming guide: Security Risk Management: A basic guide for smaller NGOs.

  • Demystifying Security Risk Management

    Library Document | March 17, 2017

    In an effort to support NGOs with limited resources, EISF is developing a guide, authored by Shaun Bickley, that aims to demystify security risk management. In this article for PEAR Magazine, EISF explores in more depth two elements of the security risk management framework, which will be discussed in more depth in EISF's upcoming guide: Security Risk Management: A basic guide for smaller NGOs.

  • Security Officer – Humanitarian Support Personnel

    Vacancy | March 17, 2017

    Oxfam seeks a Security Officer.

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    Guide to selecting appropriate Crisis Management Insurance

    News Item | March 15, 2017

    What questions should your NGO consider before taking out crisis management insurance?

  • Guide to selecting appropriate Crisis Management Insurance

    Library Document | March 15, 2017

    This guidance document was developed by Harry Linnell who is a Crisis Management Insurance Broker at RKH Specialty. It provides guidance to NGOs on the questions to consider before taking out crisis management insurance.

  • Mobile Implementation Officer (MIO) Risk Management Trainer & Adviser (m/f)

    Vacancy | March 9, 2017

    MSF-OCB seeks a MIO Risk Management (RM) Trainer & Adviser to contribute to the security and safety support to the missions of MSF-OCB in terms of training, assessment and advisement.

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    Women in Security

    News Item | March 8, 2017

    On International Women’s Day, EISF celebrates the role of women in NGO security risk management. The number of women working in security is by no means negligible nor are the contributions of women to the sector hard to discern. EISF has asked its network of female colleagues who work in NGO security risk management to share some of their experiences with us and the following blog is a reflection of what they have shared.

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    Women in Security

    News Item | March 8, 2017

    On International Women’s Day, EISF celebrates the role of women in NGO security risk management. The number of women working in security is by no means negligible nor are the contributions of women to the sector hard to discern. EISF has asked its network of female colleagues who work in NGO security risk management to share some of their experiences with us and the following blog is a reflection of what they have shared.

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    Why should we address sexual violence in humanitarian workplaces?

    News Item | March 3, 2017

    As a study by Report the Abuse shows, only 16% of humanitarian organisations have even a single mention of sexual violence as a risk to their employees within their organisation’s policy and procedural documents, let alone a comprehensive, sensitive or survivor-centred response mechanism. Megan Nobert, Founder and Director of Report the Abuse, discusses the gaps in the humanitarian sector in addressing sexual violence against aid workers and urges humanitarian organisations to take action and put in place effective and efficient prevention and response strategies for their staff.

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    Why should we address sexual violence in humanitarian workplaces?

    News Item | March 3, 2017

    As a study by Report the Abuse shows, only 16% of humanitarian organisations have even a single mention of sexual violence as a risk to their employees within their organisation’s policy and procedural documents, let alone a comprehensive, sensitive or survivor-centred response mechanism. Megan Nobert, Founder and Director of Report the Abuse, discusses the gaps in the humanitarian sector in addressing sexual violence against aid workers and urges humanitarian organisations to take action and put in place effective and efficient prevention and response strategies for their staff.