In this blog, Megan Nobert, provides a set of five guidelines for addressing sexual violence in humanitarian security risk management.
In this blog, Andrew Eckert writes about GISF's upcoming participation at Borderless 2018 and discusses the other topics that will be discussed by speakers attending the event.
In this blog, the GISF Executive Director, Lisa Reilly, discusses INSSA's competency based security risk management qualification and how it will help shape the NGO security managers for the future.
In this op-ed, Andrew Eckert considers the relationship between programmes staff and security advisors.
For World Humanitarian Day, GISF 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.
GISF 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 GISF talk about how to implement good security risk management.
GISF is very pleased to announce the publication of our newest guide: 'Security Risk Management: a basic guide for smaller NGOs'
In this blog, Hélène Cardona shares key points from three of the March 2017 GISF Forum sessions: looking at an organisation’s responsibilities towards staff members, staff and their individual needs, and the much broader topic of international humanitarian law.
In this blog, Fiona Dunkley shares her experiences of managing cumulative trauma and stress among aid workers. She highlights 7 signs to watch out for to support colleagues who might be experiencing cumulative stress or trauma.
In this op-ed, Gonzalo de Palacios discusses the pros and cons of security levels versus scenario planning.