GISF is seeking to hire a research consultant to carry out research for its forthcoming publication on Partnerships and Security Risk Management: from the local partner perspective.
GISF is proud to launch its new guide: Managing Sexual Violence against Aid Workers: prevention, preparedness, response and aftercare.
For those unfamiliar with the ISO 31000 terminology and process, this op-ed aims to serve as a summary of the key benefits of adapting them to the NGO space.
Rich Parker provides an overview of ISO31000 and how humanitarian NGOs can benefit from adapting it to their operations.
The UK House of Lords passes an amendment to exempt aid workers from prosecution under new law that makes it an offence for British nationals and residents to enter or remain in areas where extremist groups operate.
A new article by Gonzalo de Palacios explores some of the incident reporting software NGOs use to manage incident information.
In a new blog post for GISF, guest contributor Tom Huntley unpacks several different approaches senior managers can take to respond to a crisis: leadership, command and management.
Discussions had at the 2018 Humanitarian Congress Berlin on the handling of sensitive data in the humanitarian context highlight the benefits and risks associated with taking further steps to digitalise humanitarian action.