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People In Aid Network

There are currently 202 members in the People In Aid network.

Latest member:
BRAC

Latest Committed:
TEAR Australia

Latest Verified:
Save the Children UK

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Take part in the People Count 2015 survey

You are invited to take part in the People Count 2015 survey that enables organisations to compare data on key HR and workforce metrics with their peers.

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Read the full story  (9 April 2015)

New case study: Female mine deactivating teams in Laos provide a different perspective on women in the workplace

This is the final article in our month-long series highlighting gender issues and women in leadership that began on International Women's Day, March 8. In this case study, the Mines Advisory Group (MAG) illustrates the context and conditions in which female mine deactivation teams work, and the challenges they face in the most bombed country in the world, Laos.

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Read the full story  (8 April 2015)

How to unleash the human potential of your people to drive organisational effectiveness

We are currently in The Human Age, a volatile and fast-changing new era that puts unprecedented value on human potential as the driver of business success. This is the view shared by ManpowerGroup, guest author in our research report, The State of HR 2014: A Question of Impact. Human talent is now the catalyst for economic, political and social change, as well as the source of inspiration, transformation, innovation and new developments according to ManpowerGroup. The Human Age also poses great challenges to businesses and leaders. The following is a short summary of the article, which can be accessed in full from the State of HR report.

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Read the full story  (7 April 2015)

Agency preparation for staff working in insecure environments

How a 'Personal Safety for Humanitarians' course effectively provided the building blocks to develop security skills.

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Read the full story  (28 March 2015)

Why gender matters - but not just gender - in aid work

In the third in our series of articles looking at gender and leadership, Dr Silke Roth, Associate Professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology at the University of Southampton, shares her insight into how gender matters within aid organisations.

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Read the full story  (27 March 2015)

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