Duty of Care: Protection of Humanitarian Aid Workers from Sexual Violence
This document from Duty of Care International provides some safeguarding guidance on performing reference checks.
More Than An Obligation
COVID-19 shifted how humanitarians work and will likely reshape—if not entirely overhaul—elements of the global humanitarian system. How we work…
InterAction Promotes Carolyn Aeby As New Vice President of Membership and Public Engagement
Aeby will lead a newly formed team comprised of the former Membership and Standards, Communications and NGO Futures teams.
Managing Risk in International and Local NGO Partnerships
An in-depth study of the realities and recommendations for improving risk management in humanitarian crises.
Managing the Security of Aid Workers with Diverse Profiles
This research paper from EISF is targeted at staff members within NGOs who have the responsibility for ensuring the security and wellbeing of staff members - for example, security focal points, HR specialists and senior managers. The research aims to better understand whether diversity is systematically addressed by aid organizations within their security risk management systems, and what challenges aid organizations face in relation to managing the security of aid workers while being mindful of their diversity. The research aims to identify good practice, and provide guidance to aid organizations on how to balance staff security and duty of care obligations while still respecting their employees rights to privacy, equality and inclusion.