Partnerships and Security Risk Management | GISF Workshop | Panama
|27 Jul 2022
|8:30 am — 5:00 pm EST |2:30 pm—11:00 pm BST
|Panama City, Panama
This in-person event will take place the last week of July in Panama. The dates mentioned here are tentative. Final dates will be confirmed and published soon.
These workshops seek to help individual local NGOs and international NGOs, as well as organisations already in existing partnerships to:
GISF is organising additional online workshops, each one focusing on a specific region.
These workshops are targeted at:
Workshop participation is limited to personnel working in the respective region, including those who work on the regions remotely or from HQ. To ensure that a wide range of organisations can benefit from the workshops, participation might initially be limited to one person from an organisation per workshop, with additional spaces granted upon availability.
We strongly encourage INGO and NGO staff who are already partners to attend the workshop together, however, individual participants are also welcome.
Please note that the workshops will be held in Spanish.
26 July: 08.30 – 17.00 (Tentative dates/time)
Location: Panama City, Panama. Final venue TBC
The workshop is free but participants must cover all their costs, e.g. flights, accommodation, etc.
If the workshop is oversubscribed, organisations may be limited to one place. A waiting list for 2nd places will be maintained and will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis.
To register interest in attending, please register through this link (coming soon). Each interested participant should register separately. Before confirmation of registration, we may ask for additional information regarding the participants’ role to ensure we have the right participants.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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