"DFID should make a sustained effort to improve skills in the humanitarian sector". This is one of the recommendations from the HERR (Humanitarian Emergency Response Review), an independent report presented to DFID'S Secretary of State at a launch today.
People In Aid submitted points to the review team, some of which have been absorbed in the review and others not. For our members, and others concerned with the people-related aspects of humanitarian action, we offer our own summary highlighting people issues.
Read the full story (28 March 2011)
Through this report, People In Aid undertakes an initial exploration of the personal skills and strengths and organisational structures and practices which can promote resilience in managers working for international humanitarian organisations.
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We are pleased to announce the launch of Roffey Park's Management Agenda 2011 and the INGO Management Report. Offering a snapshot of how organisations are really operating in the current climate, the research is widely accredited as one of the most important and reliable indicators of emerging workplace trends in the UK.
Read the full story (1 March 2011)