Join us for a preview of findings and insights from ALNAP’s ongoing initiative on the past, present and future of humanitarian learning.

This session will cover what we know about organisational learning in the humanitarian system, what we have gathered from other crisis response sectors, and what might need to improve if we are serious about our ambitions to transform the sector through learning.

Participants will have the chance to share their views and perspectives and to feed into the forthcoming report and next phase of the project.

A livestream will be available on this page for those joining online.


  • Juliet Parker – Acting Director, ALNAP


  • John Mitchell – Special Advisor, ALNAP (keynote)
  • Ben Ramalingam – Independent consultant
  • Josse Gillijns – Head of Planning and Evaluation Department, IFRC
  • Nishanie Jayamaha – Learning and Programme Coordinator, ICVA

About HNPW

The Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week (HNPW) is an annual humanitarian conference, that provides a collaborative space for practitioners and experts from across the sector to exchange experience, discuss new concepts, introduce new tools and ideas, connect, and collaborate in finding solutions to common challenges in crisis preparedness and response.

HNPW 2022 will include more than 250 sessions and 50 virtual exhibition stands published by more than 50 humanitarian networks and partnerships.

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