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Humanitarian HR Europe conference 2016 - Organisational resilience: HR at the frontline

Event Date: 08/06/2016 Starting at lunchtime on Day 1, finishing at lunchtime on day 3
Duration: 3 days
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Booking Deadline: 03/05/2016
Price: 700 GBP for members, 700 GBP for non-members

This event is now fully booked. Please email ccurran@chsalliance.org if you would like to join the waiting list.

The Humanitarian Human Resources (HHR) Europe conference will be held in Barcelona, Spain, from 8-10 June 2016. Every year, the HHR conferences provide a unique space for HR professionals in the sector to reflect, learn from what others are doing, gain fresh insights, and generate practical solutions. Three are planned for 2016, in Europe, Africa and Asia

The theme for this 29th HHR conference is Organisational resilience: HR at the frontline. Areas we'll be exploring include:

    • How do we influence and create team and organisational cultures that value well-being?
    • What kind of institutional support is needed to manage risk and support staff effectively?
    • How do we do staff care really well in today's increasingly complex and volatile humanitarian cultures?

We'll hear about challenges and getting practical encouragement from leaders who are working with these questions. We'll share stories of good practice and there will be plenty of opportunities for networking.

Katy Murray, an experienced independent consultant and facilitator, will be returning for a third year to convene and facilitate the conference.

The conference fee includes accommodation in a 4-star hotel in Barcelona on 8 and 9 June, dinner on both evenings, and lunches on all three days of the conference. Extending your stay at the conference venue may be available at your own cost; please contact Carol Curran (ccurran@chsalliance.org). Non-residential places may also be available.

Please note: all conference participants will need a Schengen visa to enter Spain if not from an EEA state or visa-exempt country. 

By booking one of our events, you confirm that you accept our Event Terms & Conditions so please ensure you review and understand them before booking.

HHR Europe is kindly supported by Global Partners:



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Formation de formateurs sur le CHS

Event Date: 07/06/2016
Duration: 4 days
Location: Goma, République démocratique du Congo
Booking Deadline: 03/06/2016
Price: TBC

Programme :

Cette formation de quatre jours s’adresse aux personnes ayant déjà une expérience en gestion de la qualité et/ou de la redevabilité dans le domaine humanitaire, et qui animent ou prévoient de préparer et animer des formations dans ce domaine. La formation est basée sur la Norme humanitaire fondamentale de qualité et de redevabilité (CHS - Core Humanitarian Standard).

Les aspects suivants seront abordés :
• Les principes humanitaires
• Les neufs engagements de la Norme humanitaire fondamentale de qualité et de redevabilité
• Comment préparer et animer des sessions de formation destinées aux adultes
• Pratique de préparation de session et d’animation par les participants

Cette formation est limitée à 15 participants afin de pouvoir permettre un temps de pratique à chacun/chacune. Les inscriptions sont prises dans l’ordre d’arrivée pour autant que les personnes s’étant inscrites remplissent le profil et que le payement de la formation soit effectué dans les délais.

Tarifs par participant:

 Franc Suisse(CHF)

Membres à part entière

Membres associés & non-membres

Tarif normal

1000

1400

Tarif pour inscription anticipée*

900

1250

Tarif pour petite organisation**

500

700

Tarif petite organisation avec inscription anticipée*

450

625

 * Pour les inscriptions reçues d'ici au 12 Avril, et si le payement est effectué dans les 15 jours suivant la date d'émission de la facture

**Une petite organisation est une organisation qui a des dépenses annuelles inférieures à 5 millions de Francs Suisses.

Le tarif comprend: l'animation, le matériel de formation, les pauses-café et le repas de midi. La formation n'est pas résidentielle, donc les frais de voyage, logement, autres repas et dépenses sur place ne sont pas inclus.

 



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Reward Network Meeting 11 May 2016

Event Date: 11/05/2016 12pm - 5pm
Duration: 1 day
Location: London, UK
Booking Deadline: 11/05/2016
Price: 0 GBP for members, 25 GBP for non-members

Bookings are now open for our next reward network meeting which takes place in London on 11 May. During this meeting, we will continue our conversations around reward and human resources information systems as well as gender pay reporting. 

The meeting will start at 12pm with lunch (provided) and registration and will continue until 5pm. 

The meeting will see updates on surveys from the Birches Group (including Evergreen and the Global Pay Survey 2016) and Cigna. A more detailed agenda will follow in the coming weeks.

By booking one of our events, you confirm that you accept our Event Terms & Conditions so please ensure you review and understand them before booking.

 



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PSEA and investigations for managers

Event Date: 21/04/2016
Duration: 1 day
Location: Amman, Jordan
Booking Deadline: 21/04/2016
Price: TBC

This one-day workshop looks at how to manage investigations into staff misconduct, with a particular focus on investigations into sexual exploitation and abuse of beneficiaries by staff. Additionally, it explores safeguarding strategies that managers can implement in their organisations to reduce the risk of exploitation and abuse and improve their organisation’s capacity to receive and respond to allegations of staff misconduct.

Who should attend?
Senior managers responsible for managing internal investigations and those who are responsible for development or review of organisational policy relating to sexual exploitation and abuse.

Course content
• The course comprises the following modules:

• Defining, and responding to, exploitation and abuse;
• Principles, risk assessment and critical elements in managing investigations;
• Creating a culture of safety – codes of conduct, awareness-raising amongst staff and communities, complaints response mechanisms and recruitment practices.

Pre-workshop assignments and background reading
Participants are asked to read several key documents relating to the management of investigations prior to joining the course. There are no pre-workshop assignments apart from the reading.

Learning outcomes
• By the end of the course, participants will have increased understanding of the following:

• The context within which abuse and exploitation can occur;
• The key elements in managing investigations;
• Prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse through codes of conduct, complaints response mechanisms, awareness raising amongst staff and communities and recruitment strategies;
• Organisational responsibility for creating a safe environment free from sexual exploitation or abuse.

They will have established skills in:
• Planning and managing investigations;
• Developing and implementing prevention strategies.

Course fees
The course fee includes facilitation, course materials, lunch and refreshments during the days of the course, and a course completion certificate. The course fee does not include the cost of overnight accommodation or travel to and from the training venue.

 

Swiss francs (CHF)

Full members

Associate
non-members

Standard rate

250

350

Early bird standard rate*

225

312

Small agency rate**

125

175

Early bird small agency*

112

156

 

* For bookings made before 25 February, fee payment made within 15 days of the date of the invoice
**A small agency is one with an annual expenditure of less than 5 million Swiss francs.

Programme guide

 

Day 1: Introduction, background and context; What is abuse?; Codes of conduct; Awareness-raising of staff and communities; Complaints response mechanisms; Good practice in recruitment for PSEA prevention; Manager testimony on investigations; Managers’ responsibilities in an investigation; Critical elements in managing investigations, including risk assessment; Action planning.



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Formacion de facilidadores en la Norma CHS

Event Date: 18/04/2016
Duration: 4 days
Location: Bogotá, Colombia
Booking Deadline: 17/04/2016
Price: TBC

Programa:
Este curso de cuatro día está dirigido a personas con experiencia en tema de gestión de calidad y/o rendición de cuenta en el campo humanitario, y cuyo trabajo incluya responsabilidades en materia de capacitación. El taller esta basado en la Norma humanitaria esencial en materia de calidad y rendición de cuentas (CHS).

Se trataran los siguientes temas:
•  Los principios humanitarios
• Los Nueve Compromisos, las acciones y responsabilidades de la Norma CHS
• Técnicas de capacitación y facilitación de aprendizaje con adultos
• Prácticas de preparación y facilitación de sesiones de capacitación por parte de los y las participantes

Este curso está limitado a 15 participantes con el fin de brindar suficiente tiempo de práctica a cada uno/una. Las inscripciones se tomarán en cuenta en el orden de recepción, siempre que las personas que se inscribieron tengan el perfil requerido y que el pago de la formación se realice a tiempo.

Precio por participante (en USD) :

El precio "inscripcion anticipada" se aplicara a las inscripciones recibidas hasta el 21 de Febrero de 2016 incluido. Para inscripciones recibidas despues, se aplicara el precio normal.

El precio esta indicado en USD, sin embargo se puede pagar en CHF, EUR o GBP. Por favor indicarnos su preferencía.

Organización miembro de CHS Alliance:
• Grande organización*: inscripción anticipada: 965 USD - precio normal: 1070 USD
• Pequeña organización**: inscripción anticipada: 480 USD - precio normal: 535 USD

Organización no miembro de CHS Alliance:
• Grande organización*: inscripción anticipada: 1340 USD - precio normal: 1500 USD
• Pequeña organización**: inscripción anticipada: 670 USD - tarif normal: 750 USD

El precio incluye: animación, materiales de capacitación, pausa café y almuerzo. No se incluyen gastos de viaje, alojamiento, otras comidas y gastos.

* Grande organización: Gasto anual igual o superior a 5 miliones de francos suizos

** Pequeña organización: Gasto anual inferior a 5 miliones de francos suizos 

 



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Complaints & response mechanisms workshop

Event Date: 18/04/2016
Duration: 3 days
Location: Amman, Jordan
Booking Deadline: 17/04/2016
Price: TBC

This three-day workshop introduces the key issues in the design, operation and review of an effective complaints & response mechanism appropriate to the context and the organisation’s way of working.

Who should attend?
The workshop is oriented towards organisations that are committed to setting up a complaints and response mechanism, or reviewing their current mechanism. It is aimed at mid-level and senior staff with designated responsibility for designing and implementing complaints and response mechanisms in their programme area. Participants should have basic knowledge of accountability, practical experience of working in humanitarian response or development, and should demonstrate a commitment to protect the people we serve from sexual exploitation and abuse.

Course Content
 Why complaints handling constitutes an essential part of an organisation’s overall work on accountability;
• The difference between feedback and complaints;
• Factors that represent barriers to complaining and ways in which these can be addressed;
•  What constitutes an effective complaints and response mechanism which is safe, confidential, transparent and accessible;
• How to define valid complaints, and the scope and parameters of complaints & response mechanisms;
• What and how to communicate with potential complainants;
• Methods for engaging with communities and other stakeholders in developing appropriate complaint-handling systems;
• Steps in setting up a complaints and response mechanism;
• Working with partners and other stakeholders on complaints handling.

Pre-workshop assignments and background reading
Participants are asked to read the Core Humanitarian Standard and one other text in preparation for this workshop. There are no other pre-workshop assignments for this workshop.

Learning outcomes
By the end of the course, participants will:

• Understand how complaints and response fits into the overall accountability framework and helps to deliver quality services to the beneficiaries;
• Understand the requirements of an effective complaints mechanism (as per the Core Humanitarian Standard, Commitment 5);
• Have explored, discussed and analysed a range of factors related to the establishment of effective and trusted complaints and response mechanisms, such as barriers, scope, processes, responses, and dealing with sensitive complaints;
• Have established the basis for the design of complaints response mechanisms relevant to the contexts in which their organisation operates, including community consultation and working through partners;
• Have shared and discussed real life examples of complaints and response mechanisms in different organisations and country programmes;
•  Have identified clear action points that can be taken in order to establish a mechanism for handling complaints or strengthen existing complaints handling channels.

Course fees
The course fee includes facilitation, course materials, lunch and refreshments during the days of the course, and a course completion certificate. The course fee does not include the cost of overnight accommodation or travel to and from the training venue.
 

 Swiss francs (CHF)

Full members

Associate &
non-members

Standard rate

1000

1400

Early bird standard rate*

900

1250

Small agency rate**

500

700

Early bird small agency*

450

625

 

* For bookings made before 22 February, & fee payment made within 15 days of the date of the invoice
**A small agency is one with an annual expenditure of less than 5 million Swiss francs.

Programme Guide

Day 1: Introduction to the Core Humanitarian Standard and its commitments; Complaints & accountability; Defining the stakeholders of a complaints and response mechanism; Principles of complaints handling; Barriers to complaining; Entry points to a complaints & response mechanism.
Day 2:  Defining the scope and parameters of a complaints & response mechanism; Steps to developing a complaints & response mechanism; Receiving and dealing with complaints; Sensitive complaints.
Day 3: Designing the procedures for handling complaints; Sharing information about the complaints mechanism; Learning from complaints and feedback; Inter-agency complaints mechanisms and working with partners; External speaker sharing context-relevant practical experience; Gap analysis/action planning; Quiz.



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Training of trainers workshop on the Core Humanitarian Standard

Event Date: 12/04/2016
Duration: 4 days
Location: Amman, Jordan
Booking Deadline: 11/04/2016
Price: TBC

The purpose of this workshop is to build the capacity of organisation staff and consultants to facilitate training on the Core Humanitarian Standard. The workshop will be delivered in English.

Who should attend?
This course is for people who train or manage learning within their organisation or more widely in the sector. Priority will be given to people who have a responsibility for training/learning within their job, and to consultants specialising in training delivery. Participants must have at least a basic knowledge of quality, accountability, people management and the Core Humanitarian Standard before they join this workshop.

Course content

The first two days of the course will offer introductory sessions on the Core Humanitarian Standard. The third day will touch on training methodologies, and give time for participants to prepare for the fourth day, when participants will deliver sessions that they have developed themselves.

Pre-workshop assignments and background reading: Participants are asked to (re)read the Core Humanitarian Standard and the accompanying Guidance Notes & Indicators, and to complete one small task in preparation for the workshop.

Learning outcomes
•  By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
•  Differentiate accurately between the humanitarian principles of humanity, impartiality, independence, and neutrality, and explain their importance;
•  List the nine commitments of the Core Humanitarian Standard and explain how each contributes to the delivery of a quality humanitarian response;
•  Give examples of good practice drawn from their own experience, from other participants and more widely from the sector;
•  Act as advocates and peer leaders on the importance of quality, accountability and good people management in humanitarian action;
•  Facilitate introductory training on the Core Humanitarian Standard within and/or beyond their own organisations.

Course fees
The course fee includes facilitation, course materials, and refreshments during the days of the course, and a course completion certificate. The course fee does NOT include the cost of lunches (available for purchase in the cafeteria at the venue), overnight accommodation or travel to and from the training venue.

Swiss francs (CHF) Full members Associate 
non-members
Standard rate 1000 1400
Early bird standard rate* 900 1250
Small agency rate** 500 700
Early bird small agency* 450 625


* For bookings made before 16 February, & fee payment made within 15 days of the date of the invoice
**A small agency is one with an annual expenditure of less than 5 million Swiss francs.


Programme guide

Day 1: Introduction to the Core Humanitarian Standard; Humanitarian principles; Commitment 1 Appropriateness & relevance; Commitment 2 Effectiveness & timeliness; Commitment 3 Strengthening local capacities; Commitment 4 Participation & information sharing.
Day 2: Commitment 5 Complaints mechanisms; Commitment 6 Coordination & complementarity; Commitment 7 Learning & improvement; Commitment 8 People management; Commitment 9 Resource management; The Verification Framework; Action planning.
Day 3: Adult learning; Learning styles; Training methodologies; Writing learning objectives; Preparation for Day 4 training practice sessions.
Day 4: Participant training practice sessions; Feedback and reflection.

 



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Formation de formateurs sur le CHS

Event Date: 07/03/2016
Duration: 4 days
Location: Port-au-Prince, Haïti
Booking Deadline: 04/03/2016
Price: TBC

Programme :

Cette formation de quatre jours s’adresse aux personnes ayant déjà une expérience en gestion de la qualité et/ou de la redevabilité dans le domaine humanitaire, et qui animent ou prévoient de préparer et animer des formations dans ce domaine. La formation est basée sur la Norme humanitaire fondamentale de qualité et de redevabilité.

Les aspects suivants seront abordés :
• Les principes humanitaires
• Les neufs engagements de la Norme humanitaire fondamentale de qualité et de redevabilité
• Comment préparer et animer des sessions de formation destinées aux adultes
• Pratique de préparation de session et d’animation par les participants

Cette formation est limitée à 15 participants afin de pouvoir permettre un temps de pratique à chacun/chacune. Les inscriptions sont prises dans l’ordre d’arrivée pour autant que les personnes s’étant inscrites remplissent le profil et que le payement de la formation soit effectué dans les délais.

Tarifs par participant, en USD:

Le tarif "inscription anticipée" s'applique pour les inscriptions reçues d'ici au 10 janvier 2016. Pour toutes les inscriptions reçues après cette date, le tarif normal s'applique.

Les prix sont indiqués en USD, toutefois il est possible pour les organisations qui le souhaitent de payer en CHF, EUR ou GBP. Si c'est le cas, prière de nous demander la liste des prix dans les devises correspondantes.

Organisation membre de CHS Alliance :
• Grande organisation*: inscription anticipée: 965 USD - tarif normal: 1070 USD
• Petite organsiation**: inscription anticipée: 480 USD - tarif normal: 535 USD

Organisation non-membre de CHS Alliance :
• Grande organisation*: inscription anticipée: 1340 USD - tarif normal: 1500 USD
• Petite organisation**: inscription anticipée: 670 USD - tarif normal: 750 USD

Le tarif comprend: l'animation, le matériel de formation, les pauses-café et le repas de midi. La formation n'est pas résidentielle, donc les frais de voyage, logement, autres repas et dépenses sur place ne sont pas inclus.

* Grande organisation: dépenses annuelles égales ou supérieures à 5 millions de francs suisses

** Petite organisation: dépenses annuelles inférieures à 5 millions de francs suisses



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Investigations training workshop

Event Date: 22/02/2016
Duration: 4 days
Location: London, UK
Booking Deadline: 21/02/2016
Price: TBC

This four-day workshop demonstrates how to conduct fair, thorough and confidential investigations into complaints of staff misconduct, with a particular focus on allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse of affected populations.

Who should attend?

Mid- to senior-level staff who are, or may be, designated to investigate allegations of staff misconduct within their organisation.

Course content
The course covers the following topics:
• What is abuse?
• Investigation planning
• Conducting investigations, including interviewing
• Documentary and other evidence, and site visits
• Investigation report and management implication report writing
• Investigation closure
• Management of investigations

The third day of the course is a full-day simulation exercise of the interviewing stage of an investigation, using a detailed case study. Actors represent the complainant, subject of complaint and witnesses.

Pre-workshop assignments and background reading: The investigations workshop has three mandatory pre-workshop assignments, introducing the legal framework, definitions of exploitation and abuse, complaints handling and the Guidelines for Investigations. The second pre-workshop assignment requires the participants to research and reflect on exploitation and abuse in the context of the country in which they work. A significant amount of background reading is required in order to prepare for the course and complete the pre-workshop assignments.

Learning outcomes
By the end of the course, participants will have an increased understanding of the following:
• The principles underpinning investigations;
• The Guidelines for Investigations;

Furthermore, participants will have developed basic skills in:
• Planning and conducting investigations;
• Reviewing documentary and other evidence, and conducting site visits
• Interviewing complainants, subjects of complaint and witnesses;
• Reporting findings and making recommendations.
• Closing an investigation
• Managing an investigation

Course fees
The course fee includes facilitation, course materials, lunch and refreshments during the days of the course, and a course completion certificate. The course fee does NOT include the cost of overnight accommodation or travel to and from the training venue.

Pounds Sterling (GBP) Full members Associate
& non-members
Standard rate 695 975
Small agency rate* 350 485

 
*A small agency is one with an annual expenditure of less than 5 million Swiss francs.

Programme guide

Day 1: What is abuse? Principles of investigations; Investigation skills; Stages of an investigation; Gathering and analysing information; Using explicit language.
Day 2: Models of interviewing; Interviewing witnesses; Interviewing subjects of complaint; Investigation planning and preparation; Planning and preparation for interview simulation exercise.
Day 3: Full day’s simulation exercise of the interview stage of an investigation (actors represent the complainant, subject of complaint and witnesses).
Day 4: Review of investigation and interview plans; Writing investigation reports and management implication reports; Closure of the investigation; Management of investigations; Reflection.

Please note: The programme includes evening sessions on Days 2 & 3.

 



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START Regional HR Conference in Bangkok

Event Date: 26/01/2016
Duration: 2 days
Location: Bangkok
Booking Deadline: -
Price: 0 GBP for members, 0 GBP for non-members

 All of the individuals listed attended the START Regional HR Conference held in Bangkok on 26 January 2016.

 

Also in attendance, but not on the database, were the following:

 

Cheryl Chen -  cherylchen@dhl.com

Roger Ricafort - r.ricafort@actionagainsthunger.org.uk

Lisa Joerke - lisa.joerke@plan-international.org

Jing Pura - mpura@christian-aid.org

Jane Cari - jane_cari@wvi.org

Julius Kaberere - julius.kaberere@actionaid.org

Hussain Waqar - hwaqar@internationalmedicalcorps.org

Sophie Ford - sford@oxfam.org.uk

Umar Iqtidar - umar.iqtidar@actionaid.org

Alex Brans - a.brans@savethechildren.org.uk

Fatima Zafar - fatima.zafar@actionaid.org

Whim Manogo - wim.manogo@actionaid.org

Bianca Valencia - bianca.valencia@birchesgroup.com

 



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Fair Pay Virtual Meeting

Event Date: 15/12/2015 1pm - 3pm (London time)
Duration: 1 day
Location: Remote (online)
Booking Deadline: 08/12/2015
Price: 0 GBP for members, 25 GBP for non-members

The last Reward event of the year is a remote event on Fair Pay, and will be run on GoToMeeting. A number of speakers will join us for the event looking, for instance, at issues such as the implementation of a dual salary alternative. 

We will also be joined by Project F.A.I.R. (Fairness in Aid and Remuneration). The ESRC-funded project is led by Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann at the University of Edinburgh Business School and Dr Stuart Carr at Massey University, New Zealand, and in close collaboration with CHS Alliance and Birches Group.

The meeting will start at 1pm UK time, on 15 December. It should last for about two hours.

Please make sure that, if you are joining us from a different timezone, to check that you join us at the right time.



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CHS Alliance NGO Global Pay and Reward Network Meeting

Event Date: 02/12/2015 9.30am - 4pm
Duration: 1 day
Location: London
Booking Deadline: 25/11/2015
Price: 0 GBP for members, 25 GBP for non-members

Please note that this meeting will be divided into two parts:

The first part of the meeting is for our NGO Global Pay participants, where we will share the results from the NGO Global Pay survey. This session will give you a unique opportunity to discuss results and trends, and will deepen your understanding of your salary data in order so that you might use it more effectively to make strategic decisions. 

For the second part of the day (starting from 12.30pm with lunch provided by us) we welcome all CHS Alliance members to join and will be looking at key reward issues important to you, including launching a special project in collaboration with Edinburgh University, Massey University and Birches Group on Equity in Pay.



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Nairobi launch of the 2015 Humanitarian Accountability Report

Event Date: 17/11/2015 09.30 - 16.30
Duration: 1 day
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
Booking Deadline: 15/11/2015
Price: 0 GBP for members, 0 GBP for non-members

We are delighted to invite you to celebrate the launch of the CHS Alliance's Humanitarian Accountability Report, On the Road to Istanbul: how can the World Humanitarian Summit make humanitarian response more effective?, along with the launch of newly published reports by the Inter-Agency Working Group (IAWG) and ALNAP. The event will give participants the opportunity to find out more about the organisations and their respective reports and discuss the key findings from each.

CHS AllianceOn the Road to Istanbul: how can the World Humanitarian Summit make humanitarian response more effective?
Written with the support of more than 30 peer reviewers, the report suggests that in order to improve effectiveness, the humanitarian sector should build upon and reinforce five key areas: principled humanitarian response, standards, national capacity, collective accountability and good people management practices.Download the full report.

IAWGQuality & Accountability Initiatives by IAWG members and partners in East and Central Africa
The report highlights ongoing accountability initiatives in the region with the ultimate goal of improving learning, exchange of best practices and innovative ways of implementing accountability among humanitarian and development agencies in the region.

ALNAPThe State of the Humanitarian System report (SOHS)
The report provides a comprehensive picture of the size, shape and performance of  humanitarian assistance. Over 350 evaluation documents, 340 interviews, 2500 surveys of aid practitioners and recipients, as well as four in-depth case studies fed into the analysis for this 2015 edition. Download the full report.

Date: 17 November 2015
Location: World Vision Kenya (Karen Road, off Ngong Road)
Register: Book your place here. If you have any questions or would like more information about this event, please email coordinator@iawg-africa.org.



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Southern Africa HR Network meeting

Event Date: 12/11/2015 9.00-11.30 am (South Africa time)
Duration: 1 day
Location: Johannesburg
Booking Deadline: 06/11/2015
Price: 0 GBP for members, 0 GBP for non-members

On the agenda for our next Southern Africa HR Network meeting, we will hear from Em Lacroix with an update on the CHS Alliance following the merger between People In Aid and HAP International. The selected theme is then HR Metrics and Scorecard. We are looking forward to receiving suggestions for presentations and case studies from the network. External specialist speakers are welcome too. Please contact Em to discuss this further.

This is a private event, open only to those who are existing members of the Southern Africa HR Network.



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Learning & Development Network Meeting

Event Date: 10/11/2015 12.30 - 17.00
Duration: 1 day
Location: London, UK
Booking Deadline: -
Price: 0 GBP for members, 25 GBP for non-members

Our Learning & Development (L&D) Network meetings are designed not only for L&D and Human Resources (HR) professionals but also managers who would like to increase their learning and development capabilities. Discussions are always member-led and focus on the issues relevant to you and your organisation.

Our next L&D Network meeting will take place on Tuesday 10 November. The meeting starts with registration and our network lunch at 12.30. We will be hosted by our colleagues at British Red Cross, in Moorgate, London. The event is due to end at 17.00.

The theme for this meeting is Career Coaching. We welcome offers for presentations, case studies and ideas for external speakers.  Please email our HR Services Manager Emmanuelle Lacroix to discuss these points further.

Our network meetings are free for CHS Alliance members to attend . These meetings bring together specialists on specific topics to share experiences, discuss hot topics and to network. Visit our networks page for more information. When booking one of our events, please make sure you review and understand our terms and conditions.

If you have any questions about this event please contact us on +00 44 (0) 20 3137 3594 or email us.



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