This is also available in a PDF document at the bottom of the page.
World Humanitarian Day blog: Humanitarian access in a changing world: why security risk management matters
Abduction and Kidnap Risk Management (members only)
Security To Go in Spanish (published week starting on 22nd of January).
EISF Events Online and Offline
EISF and Disaster Ready WebTalks: The why and how of good security risk management
Forum in London: Notes and presentations (members only)
EISF chat launched (members only)
Family support workshop with Hostage UK in Paris.
Workshop for the Muslim Charities Forum in Birmingham, UK: Developing effective security risk management.
Linked GISF publication: Security risk management: a basic guide for smaller NGOs
Crisis management workshops in Amman.
Collaboration with security coordination forums
The GISF Secretariat team is available to support other organisations and security coordination forums. The examples below show what we do and what you could ask from us:
Report the Abuse good practice tools published on the GISF website.
Interview with Devex: More than bunkers and barbed wire – why security jobs are fascinating
Presentation at the CHS Alliance HHR Europe conference on Managing the security of aid workers with diverse profiles.
Presentation at the Dutch Security Network workshop in Amsterdam: The security management of partner organisations – why should we care?
Presentation at the CHS Alliance HHR Asia conference on Managing the security of aid workers with diverse profiles.
Interview with CHS Alliance: No organisational resilience without inclusive staff security
Interview with Die Stiftung about humanitarian security risk management.
Crisis management awareness workshop in London by the Met Police with the UK Security Focal Points Group and the Muslim Charities Forum.