Humanitarian Resilience Week
How can we develop a better humanitarian response?
The Disasters & Emergencies Preparedness Programme are delighted to invite you to “Humanitarian Resilience Week”: a series of events focusing on how the humanitarian sector can develop a better, more inclusive and resilient humanitarian response.
Venue: Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9A.
As a humanitarian practitioner who is engaged within the sector, your input in the discussions would be invaluable. We want your voice to frame, guide and utilise the learnings and tools developed by the speakers and their partners.
Where is it?
All of the events will be held at Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG
What is involved in each day?
Day 1 – 20 November - The future of humanitarian surge
Bringing together decision makers and key humanitarian actors to create a vision for transforming surge capacity - ensuring the sector is able to respond to increasing humanitarian needs. Click here to read the full details of this event.
Day 2 – 21 November - The future for individual humanitarian capacity building
Sharing key learnings from a consortium of agencies and experts, and discussing what this means for the future humanitarian capacity-building. Click here to read the full details of this event.
Day 3 – 22 November - The future of humanitarian resilience
This is an open day for all humanitarian and development stakeholders to listen, learn and utilise, learnings and tools from a wide selection of agencies. Click here to read the full details of this event.
Day 4 – 23 November - The future is local
Discussion and learning on practical measures for balanced partnerships between INGOs and local humanitarian actors. Click here to read the full details of this event.
For further information on the DEPP humanitarian resilience week, please download the flyer here.