Contents related to "Humanitarian Programmatic Issues"

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    WHD 2017 | Humanitarian access in a changing world: why security risk management matters

    News Item | August 17, 2017

    For World Humanitarian Day, EISF takes a closer look at the global debates currently surrounding humanitarian action and its future. We should not forget the core role good security risk management can play in supporting access in this changing world.

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    WHD 2017 | Humanitarian access in a changing world: why security risk management matters

    News Item | August 17, 2017

    For World Humanitarian Day, EISF takes a closer look at the global debates currently surrounding humanitarian action and its future. We should not forget the core role good security risk management can play in supporting access in this changing world.

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    The why and how of good security risk management: EISF and DisasterReady WebTalks

    News Item | August 15, 2017

    EISF has partnered with DisasterReady.org to launch two WebTalks on the why and how of good security risk management. Watch Gareth Owen from Save the Children UK speak about why security risk management is important for humanitarian programming, and Lisa Reilly from EISF talk about how to implement good security risk management.

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    The why and how of good security risk management: EISF and DisasterReady WebTalks

    News Item | August 15, 2017

    EISF has partnered with DisasterReady.org to launch two WebTalks on the why and how of good security risk management. Watch Gareth Owen from Save the Children UK speak about why security risk management is important for humanitarian programming, and Lisa Reilly from EISF talk about how to implement good security risk management.

  • Dying for humanitarian ideas

    Library Document | July 28, 2017

    This paper examines how the production of images and statistics and the normalising of security management, and argues that these appear to have contributed towards rehabilitating the idea of acceptable humanitarian sacrifice.

  • Insecurity - always an insurmountable obstacle?

    Library Document | July 28, 2017

    This paper, drawing partly on some of the findings of the study, attempts to offer a reflection on the subject of risk acceptance, and some of the underlying factors that –apart from the actual security threat– influence security decision-making in the humanitarian sector.

  • Presence and Proximity: to stay and deliver, five years on

    Library Document | July 28, 2017

    This study identifies a series of findings related to the overarching issue of whether humanitarian actors have become better at staying and delivering in an effective and responsible manner. In addition, the research delves into specific practices that have enabled or undermined staying and delivering.

  • Stop the Sexual Assault against Humanitarian and Development Aid Workers

    Library Document | July 28, 2017

    This study’s goal is to contribute knowledge to the prevention of and response to sexual harassment and assault against aid workers, a topic that is under-researched and under-reported.

  • The Refugee Explosion

    Library Document | July 28, 2017

    This report – The Refugee Explosion – sets out to examine the links between explosive violence and the mass influx of refugees into Europe, as well as to look at the impact this has had on EU nations, and to understand what protection and support in Europe are offered to those particularly fleeing explosive violence.

  • Handbook on Data Protection in Humanitarian Action

    Library Document | July 25, 2017

    This handbook provides recommended minimum standards for the processing of personal data in relation to humanitarian action.