Presentation and Discussion of 2018 Humanitarian Accountability Report: “Change in the Humanitarian Sector”
Duration: 1 day
Booking Deadline: 06/12/2018
Price: 0 GBP for members, 0 GBP for non-members
Why do certain changes take place quickly, and in some instances without friction, while other issues stall? Is there a secret to successful change or just a series of traps to avoid?
On December 7th, the CHS Alliance, in partnership with Oxfam America and CDA Collaborative Learning will present the 2018 edition of the Humanitarian Accountability Report at Oxfam America office in Boston. The publication looks at the issue of change under the light of mainstream change theories, dissecting six topics to figure out what works (or doesn’t) and why, from cash transfer programming to localisation and Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA).
The presentation of the Humanitarian Accountability Report will be followed by a discussion and Q&A.
CHS Alliance: Bonaventure Sokpoh, Head of Policy, Advocacy and Learning, CHS Alliance
Carlos Mejia, Humanitarian Director, Oxfam America
Isabella Jean, Director, CDA Collaborative Learning
Please note: this is a brown bag lunch event. There will be light refreshments and tea/coffee provided by Oxfam America.
To download and read the full report ahead of the event, please visit: https://www.chsalliance.org/har
Hard copies of the report will be available at the event.
Please note: parking is limited in this area, and participants are advised to take public transportation.
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