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Josie Flint
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ACFID Oct 17
ACFID will be joining the safeguarding summit alongside and on Thursday. Prior to the summit, we have announced proposed changes to our Code of Conduct following a review of PSEA measures. Read more:
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Guardian news Oct 17
Global register set up to keep criminals out of aid sector
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IRIN News Oct 16
“All the assumptions we make are being overturned”: Restrictions on foreign aid groups rushing to disaster-hit Indonesia could force the global humanitarian sector to rethink how it responds in emergencies around the world.
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Humanitarian Advisory Group Oct 10
Are you working in at the moment? Our civil-military coordination guide to has a chapter on may help!
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Humanitarian Advisory Group Oct 9
We are proud to launch a joint report today on and in disaster response with and
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David Loquercio Oct 1
Talking about in the humanitarian sector at launch hosted by the . Striking to see that external pressure aka allowed maybe more progress on than years of policy writing and trainings
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Samantha Power Sep 24
I cannot stress how much the - and the governments that comprise it - need this.
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Anne Street Sep 24
Delighted new DfID funding humanitarian guidelines support & say: NGOs funded by DFID must demonstrate how they work with local actors to support the UK in meeting its international commitments to meet 25% of local/national actor funding
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Josie Flint Sep 14
This is a great speech.
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HQAI Sep 5
"... donors are increasingly likely to require (independent) certification in future." Interesting think piece by on how should be addressing abuse in the international aid sector.
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Katharine Murphy Aug 23
I wrote this a year ago because I thought it was critically important to tell this story. It still is. In the light of where we are, have a read
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ALNAP Aug 28
How do we measure localisation? Insights from new research by presented at our Action or Impact? panel at Join us today, 15:20, room 4.14 ( )
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Humanitarian Advisory Group Aug 27
Proud to share our research on localisation: Pacific perspectives today at undertaken with our partner
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Humanitarian Advisory Group Aug 27
Great to have our Director, Kate Sutton, at the opening of
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Nick Bryant Aug 24
Trans-Tasman trolling at its best
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Humanitarian Advisory Group Aug 15
Our new values: 4. We are UNFAILINGLY CURIOUS. We constantly test our own assumptions and those of the humanitarian world. We explore both the why and the how. We are eager to listen and learn, recognising that knowledge and wisdom often comes from unexpected places.
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Pacific Live tweets Aug 13
Are voices being heard & are they leading our work in the region? Kate Sutton outlining an example where the right ppl were at the table but international voices led the meeting for more than 50% of it
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Josie Flint Aug 13
Great to partner with on this! Well done on a great launch!
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Kate Sutton Jul 31
How can we draw on our diversity to support more effective humanitarian action? Find out by reading our latest research paper, Drawing on Our Diversity: Humanitarian Leadership
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Hugo Slim Jul 26
Measuring the journey. More good stuff on localization from the Pacific. They may get there first....
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