Online conference on the State of Humanitarian Professions 2020
How can individual practitioners have greater clarity on how to enter the aid sector and be effective for people in need? Join us on 17 November for an online conference discussing the results of the State of Humanitarian Professions 2020 study.
We are pleased to announce an online conference on 17 November focusing on the results of the State of the Humanitarian Professions 2020 – the first international study on humanitarian professions. Over the past year, Bioforce has been carrying out interviews and workshops, as well as a large-scale survey, with humanitarian actors, individual practitioners, and learning and development providers worldwide. The results include insights on the current state of 24 humanitarian professions and what their future will be. In addition, the study has looked at the core competencies across all humanitarian professions, how they are changing and what they will look like in the future.
This online conference will be an opportunity to learn more about the results of this study, as well as to discuss their wider implications for humanitarian work. We also encourage all registrants to respond to a brief survey about the impact of COVID-19 on humanitarian professions, the results of which will also be presented during the conference.
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