Upcoming Launch Event: Partnerships and principles in conflict contexts
Join us for the launch event on the report on Partnerships and principles in conflict contexts: Voices from Nigeria and South Sudan
We are delighted to announce the launch event of the report “Towards Principled Humanitarian Action in Conflict Contexts – Understanding the Role of Partnerships: Voices from Nigeria and South Sudan“ which will take place on 2 June. Born out of a partnership with Caritas Norway, DanChurchAid, Dutch Relief Alliance, Kindernothilfe and Norwegian Church Aid, two research teams engaged with more than 123 local actors operating in the humanitarian delivery space in the states of North Eastern Nigeria and South Sudan to investigate how partnerships and humanitarian principles were implemented.
The research made interesting findings related to perceptions of double standards and difficulties with operationalising humanitarian and partnership principles, that the set of principles must operate in combination to secure principled humanitarian assistance in local contexts, and a lack of shared understanding between partners of what principled humanitarian action means in practice.
Join us as we launch the report based on this research and discuss the results and their implications. We will be joined by the principal investigators from both research teams, representatives of local organizations and the UN in these two contexts, as well as experts on global policy.
This webinar is free to attend.
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