In a rapidly changing aid ecosystem, how to help humanitarian organisations better recruit, retain, and develop competent staff? How to help individuals have greater clarity on how they can enter the aid sector and be effective for people in need? How to help learning providers better target the most acute learning needs?
With the support of the Principality of Monaco, Bioforce launched mid-2019 the first international study on Humanitarian Professions: the State of Humanitarian Professions 2020 will give you deep insights on today’s state of 24 humanitarian professions and what their future will be.
Bioforce and the SOHP 2020 Advisory Group (Humanity and Inclusion, NRC, ALNAP, CHS Alliance, PHAP, ICRC and the United Nations' World Food Programme) will be pleased to share and discuss with you the results of this reference study at this online international conference on 17 November (9:30-12:30 CET). To register to the conference, click here.
To enrich this first international study on humanitarian professions, we will be including lessons learned from the Covid-19 crisis and their impact on humanitarian professions. If you work in the humanitarian sector, we would be grateful if you could provide your views in a brief survey on the impact of COVID-19 on your profession before October 25th at this address: https://phap.org/SOHP2020-COVID19survey
Please note this is an online event. Upon registration, you will be contacted a few days before the conference with all instructions to connect.