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 1st October, the CHS Alliance, in partnership with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), will present the 2018 edition of the Humanitarian Accountability Report. 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 localization and Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA).
The presentation of the Humanitarian Accountability Report will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session, after which you are all invited to a cocktail dinner.
The event will be web streamed for those who cannot be present in Geneva.
01 October 2018
17:00 – 19:00 CET
17 Avenue de la Paix
1202 Geneva, Switzerland
Bonaventure Sokpoh, Head of Policy, Advocacy and Learning, CHS Alliance
Yves Daccord, Director-General, ICRC
Panellists include representatives from ALNAP, KPMG, Oxfam and Swiss Humanitarian Aid.
Ms. Amina Labarakwe, Chairlady of the Tangulbei Women’s Network – Churo Chapter, Churo Division, Baringo County in Kenya will join the panel via a recorded video.
For the 2015 edition click here.