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Josie Flint
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Humanitarian Advisory Group Sep 12
We are excited to launch our third baseline report: ‘Localisation in Fiji: Demonstrating Change’ in partnership with and FCOSS. This adds to our growing evidence base measuring localisation in the Pacific.
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Josie Flint Sep 10
Replying to @aybla4
😮congratulations!!!!! amazing. Where can we read it???
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Humanitarian Advisory Group Aug 29
Australia, the Pacific and the C-word: Is a battleground or an opportunity for ? Read our latest blog by
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Humanitarian Advisory Group Aug 7
Make sure you jump on to hear our very own Kate Sutton on World Humanitarian Day 2019 - Regional Webinars on Women Humanitarians via
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Josie Flint Jul 17
It’s been over three years since the World Humanitarian Summit train Departed with speed from Istanbul station As such it's time to reflect and refrain And pen a brief ode to .... by Jess Lees.
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Humanitarian Advisory Group Jul 17
As the first of the regional workshops kick off for the African region, we are launching our second localisation baseline for Tonga in partnership with CSFT and This is country level evidence around progress.
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Beth Eggleston Jul 16
Finally to be studying at ⁦⁩!! Great first day on responding to urban humanitarian emergencies! ⁦
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Josie Flint Jul 16
Proud to have worked with the Civil Society Forum of Tonga and on this - Malo to the team Keasi, Drew, Emele and Siale.
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Humanitarian Advisory Group Jun 17
Read our latest blog by on why we need evidence on the impact of and - how can this change ?
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Pip Henty Jun 5
Quel est notre degré de diversité ? L’immense et complexe diversité humaine n’a pas encore été restituée à cette échelle, pour le secteur humanitaire - jusqu’ici. 5 minutes suffisent pour répondre à cette enquête importante.
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Josie Flint May 24
Very proud of and launching this!
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Kate Sutton May 23
Have you ever seen (or been) a brilliant mind silenced in an unwelcome environment? If so you'll know the challenge of achieving both diversity and inclusion. Check out my diversity journey via and fill out our State of Diversity Survey
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Humanitarian Advisory Group May 22
Our fabulous launched our State of Diversity survey yesterday at the conference - take 5 mins to let us know about your experience working in the humanitarian sector and how diversity, or lack there of, have impacted you.
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Kate Sutton May 21
I truly believe we can change the state of the humanitarian system with this survey - if you believe that diversity and inclusion needs to define our system please take this 3 min survey now
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Humanitarian Advisory Group May 21
Today we are launching our State of Diversity survey to learn about diversity and inclusion in the global humanitarian sector - please spend 5 mins to contribute to this research!
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Josie Flint Apr 30
Busting the myth that depression doesn't affect people in poor countries | Society | The Guardian
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Humanitarian Advisory Group Mar 28
Our new report out today with - is of aid an emerging norm in the Asia Pacific region? ‘Charting the New Norm?: Local Leadership in the First 100 Days of the Sulawesi Earthquake Response’
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Michael Mosselmans Mar 26
Filippo Grandi announces at that in future UNHCR will allow LNGO partners 4% overhead instead of previous zero overhead - an important step in the right direction which is welcome but is 4% enough? (Let's hope we can get it nearer 20% by 2025?)
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Josie Flint Mar 26
“Other regions can learn from the localisation research findings in the pacific” Emele Duituturaga, PIANGO
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Josie Flint Mar 26
Emele Duituturaga from ⁦⁩ on opening panel at ⁩ great to have pacific representation here!
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