HHR Amsterdam 2012 - Key learning and highlights
Up on our website now are the key learning points, photos, presentation slides, videos and short audio clips from the HHR Europe 2012, 'What Duties? Who Cares? Integrate Your Approach to Health, Safety and Security' - visit www.peopleinaid.org/hhr2012 to find out more.
'Duty of Care is one of those phrases that can mean everything and nothing. We care about our staff – of course we do – and we know we have duties, both moral and legal. But what are those duties? And who, precisely, is doing the caring?'
Stephen Blakemore, Conference Facilitator
Free for everyone to access, the page features key information from the event, which included:
Mike Thomson, Foreign Affairs Correspondent, BBC Radio 4, with his keynote presentation Not Mentioned in Despatches
Ted Lankester, Director of Health Care, InterHealth profiling a personal perspective on staff care
Panel Discussion, featuring speakers discussing issues such as finding the balance between confidentiality and learning from post-assignment feedback
Case Studies from Erin Noordeloos (NBC Universal) on Maintaining Operations During a Disaster, Alessandra Pigni (Mindfulness for NGOs) on determining whether an individual is psychologically equipped for aid work, and Kate Nowlan (CiC) and Michael Lawrence (ex-Reuters) on finding a global approach to staff care.
Marketplace sessions, where participants were able to choose from workshops, focus groups and talks on a range of topics.
The page also features download links to the full report on the conference, as well as the briefing pack with a full programme and peer learning guidelines.
Friday 22 June 2012
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